Dr. Ginger Savely was the first pioneering medical provider to take her Morgellons patients’ symptoms seriously and work to legitimize the disease. Cindy Casey Holman, RN Director of The Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 09, 2017
Ginger Savely, world-renowned expert on Morgellons disease, Lyme disease and other tickborne infections, has released her long-awaited and ground-breaking first book, Morgellons: The Legitimization of a Disease.
Dr. Savely’s new guide, already a best seller on Amazon, provides information sought by thousands of patients and clinicians about an unusual disease not recognized by the CDC or the majority of health care practitioners. Appallingly, Morgellons sufferers are routinely diagnosed as delusional despite growing physical evidence to the contrary. The book is based on the author’s 13 years of clinical experience with the disease and is supported by findings from 5 different university research laboratories.
About Morgellons Disease
Morgellons is diagnosed clinically by the presence of unusual, colored bio-filaments beneath unbroken skin or projecting from the skin. As many as 20,000 people have come forward to report that they have the classic symptoms. The Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation was founded in 2007 to advocate for the disease and support research efforts.
About the Author
Ginger Savely, a nurse practitioner, based her doctoral work on Morgellons disease research and is passionate about the topic. She is on the medical advisory board of the CEHMDF, is an international speaker and has published numerous journal and magazine articles about her topics of expertise. She is available for interviews (contact by email) to discuss the disease’s many unusual symptoms, the suspected causative pathogens of the disease and the shocking denial of Morgellons disease by most of the medical community.
Contact: Ginger Savely
About the Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation:
The Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation based in Austin, TX, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to advocacy and philanthropy in the battle against Morgellons. Director, Cindy Casey-Holman, RN, leads the foundation, named for her husband, Charles E. Holman, a pioneer in the fight against MD. The CEHMDF is the recognized authority and primary funding source for Morgellons Disease medical-scientific research. There are neither grants, nor any other public or private funding to support research for Morgellons. Donations are tax deductible in the US. To learn more about Morgellons disease go to http://www.MorgellonsDisease.org