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Dr. Judy A Mikovits Ph.D. is interviewed by Patrick Bet-David about her fallout with Anthony Fauci that led to her 5-year sentence and whistleblower status.
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Mikovits got a BA in Chemistry with a specialization in biology at the University of Virginia in 1980. After graduation, she went to the National Cancer Institute in Frederick, Maryland where she developed purification methods for Interferon alpha. In 1986 – 1987, she started working at Upjohn Pharmaceuticals in Kalamazoo Michigan in order to develop production methods to ensure biological materials manufactured using human blood products were free of contamination from HIV-1.
In 1992 she completed a joint PhD program in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at George Washington University. Because of her previous work experience, her PhD thesis was named “Negative Regulation of HIV Expression in Monocytes”.
She was a Postdoctoral Scholar in Molecular Virology at the Laboratory of Genomic Diversity, National Cancer Institute under Dr. David Derse.
In her 35-year quest to understand and treat chronic diseases, she has co-authored seminal papers culminating at least a decade of research in each of four fields: immunology, natural products chemistry, epigenetics, and HIV/AIDs drug development.
In 2006, she became attracted to the plight of families with neuroimmune diseases including ME/CFS and autism. Dr. Mikovits has been primarily responsible for demonstrating the relationship between environmentally acquired immune dysfunction, chronic inflammation, and these diseases.
Dr. Mikovits has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles, many in the world’s top medical journals and she has been profiled in Discover magazine as well as the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
Her pioneering work during her 20-year career at the National Cancer Institute includes the discovery of the modulation of DNA methylation machinery by human retro viral infection and the development of the concept of inflammatory cytokines and chemokine signatures of infection and disease, which was first published in 1999, when she directed the Laboratory of Antiviral Drug Mechanisms in developing therapeutics and diagnostics for HIV/AIDS and AIDS associated malignancies.