How is “Can We All Agree on What’s Real?” by Jimmy Candou, not disinformation that violates Medium Rules?

It’s difficult to be certain if this author, like many other content creators, is simply ignorant of the facts or is purposefully avoiding them to push a narrative. However, Medium is clear that “We do not allow posts or accounts that engage in on-platform, off-platform, or cross-platform campaigns of targeting, harassment, hate speech, violence, or disinformation.” https://policy.medium.com/medium-rules-30e5502c4eb4

By crafting an article that excludes a volume of research is the author not producing disinformation? For example, this is a scientific review of contemporary…


I had to report this post as a violation of Mediums disinformation policy as it purposfully omits the volume of scientific research which contradicts what it claims. https://policy.medium.com/medium-rules-30e5502c4eb4


This article is a tragic example of avoiding science in an attempt to teach it. Morgellons is a skin condition scientifically demonstrated to be associated with Lyme disease. Why Jimmy Candou avoided including that evidence is concerning.

Here is a scientific review of contemporary literature that demonstrates what science has discovered about the condition. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5811176/

And here is a separate scientific review from China which also legitimizes the Morgellons condition. Look at what it states: "A physician is required to perform fiber analysis to identify the nature of fibers. If fibers are present and biofilaments of human origin, then they…


Morgellons fibers often fluoresce.

Sometimes it’s difficult to imagine how long ago 2012 was despite how fresh the trauma of events from that year can continue to resonate. In early January of that year, our very own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a $600,000.00 scientific report of 12 patients that concludes with no specific determinations.

We were not able to conclude based on this study whether this unexplained dermopathy represents a new condition, as has been proposed by those who use the term Morgellons, or wider recognition of an existing condition such as delusional infestation, with which it shares a number of…

Jeremy Murphree

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