By Cindy Casey, RN
Director – The Charles E. Holman Foundation
This is a note from her mother…
I wanted to donate her body to science but she had to have an autopsy so that would not work. She died at home so that is why the autopsy. . I really think the morgellons is what did her in her mind and body. I even think that morgellons affected her organs and brain. It is a horrible disease and I pray they figure it out soon. Becky wanted to help others with it but she couldn’t. She said she would not wish it on her worst enemy. I am so glad you are there for those who have it
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I posted the following on the guest book on line:
I am so sorry to hear of yet another. untimely. death related to complications of Morgellons Disease…this life lost was that of a 44 year old woman.
On behalf of the Charles E. Holman Foundation, a Texas based organization dedicated to promoting recognition and research of Morgellons
I extend my full condolences to this grieving family. I am saddened that I did not have the opportunity to know Becky personally but I do understand, personally, the relentless misery she must have endured with Morgellons…as I have it myself. God bless this family and may Becky Aman rest in peaceful comfort while her spirit lives on in the hearts of all of those who loved her deeply. Becky’s death was not in vain but rather fuels our determination to get Morgellons Disease the recognition, research, and medical management that is so long over due.
Becky’s brave fight against Morgellons will not be forgotten.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Cindy Casey, RN, Director
The Charles E. Holman Foundation
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