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The Morgellons Research Foundation provides the following resources for sufferers of Morgellons disease, clinicians, associates, and the friends of the Foundation. See our FAQs section for more information.

Click on any of these headings to learn more:

• Morgellons Disease Brochure
• Lyme Disease Association Physician Referrals

Programs that may help you with the cost of healthcare
and medicine:

• NeedyMeds
• The Partnership for Prescription Assistance

Morgellons Disease Brochure
Thank you for your interest in the MRF Morgellons disease brochure. We hope that you are able to download and print this brochure. The brochure is intended to be a borderless brochure, which is printed on both sides and folded twice into three parts using the brochure features as a guide. In case your printer does not permit you to print a borderless copy, you can email the file or take it on disk to your local printing facility. Alternatively, you can email it to an online service and have copies of the brochure shipped to you.

Click to download Morgellons Disease Brochure. (Inside)
Click to download Morgellons Disease Brochure. (Outside)

Online Printing Services
Here are just a few of many available online printing services.

Office Depot Print Center
FedEx Kinkos Print Center
Staples Print Center
OfficeMax Print Center

Printing Suggestions
Here are some suggestions if you will be using your own printer:

To Print Front to Back: You may print front to back if desired (for best quality make sure your paper choice is around 80# bond paper quality). Simply select “0” settings for your margins, if allowed. Some older printers will not allow this feature. Each printer operates in a slightly different fashion, so first check the sequence of how your paper is delivered to the print tray before printing the second page on the flip side. Here’s a tip – Do a test run: Draw an arrow on the next sheet in the paper supply tray toward the printer housing. Select something simple to print. Then when you see the arrow positioned within the document printed, you’ll know how it delivers and how to place it in the tray. Put the “already one-side printed” document back into the paper supply tray and print the other side of the brochure. Then fold twice into three parts using the features of the layout as a guide.

To Print in Black and White (Grayscale): Select File Print. Go to Properties on your print window that pops up. Depending upon the printer used or driver installed, you may be directed then to Printing Shortcuts to turn on Select Black Only printing. Also go to the Color Tab and select Print in Grayscale, then check Black Cartridge Only. Proceed as usual by hitting the Okay and/or Print button.

To Print Using Two Documents and Pasting Together: Select “0” settings for your margins, if allowed. Some older printers will not allow this feature. But if so, print out each side of the brochure on two different pieces of paper. Apply a light coating of glue with a glue stick, paying attention to the corners especially. Carefully line up and apply the sheets opposite to each other. Eliminate bubbles and bumpy spots by sliding your finger over each trouble area. Trim if necessary. Then fold exactly into three parts.





Lyme Disease Association Physician Referrals

The Morgellons Research Foundation has no affiliation with the Lyme Disease Association (LDA). However, LDA maintains a Lyme literate doctor (LLMD) referral link. Patients with Morgellons often test positive for Lyme and may consider making an appointment with a LLMD. Here is a link to their referral site: Lyme Disease Association Doctor Referrals.

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NeedyMeds is a 501(3)(c) non-profit with the mission of helping people who cannot afford medicine or healthcare costs. Information about free or low-cost clinics and access to medication for those who cannot afford it is available. Click here to visit their website.

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The Partnership for Prescription Assistance

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance brings together America’s pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through the public or private program that’s right for them. Click here to visit their website.