Constitutional Doctors


Dr. Judy Mikovits

Dr. Mikovits earned a BA in Chemistry from the University of Virginia in 1980 and a Ph.D. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from George Washington University in 1992. In her forty-year quest to understand the causes, prevent 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 2009 Dr. Mikovits led the team that first isolated and characterized a new family of human disease-associated retroviruses, XMRVs/HGRVS. Dr. Mikovits has co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters; holds patent # WO 2012061790 A1. “Combination Therapy for Prostate Cancer using Botanical Compositions and Bicalutamide”.  

Dr. Mikovits is a New York Times Best selling author of the books, Plague Plague of Corruption and the Case Against the Masks and Ending Plague. 

The formation of M.A.R.C. Inc. in 2016 with a colleague, Dr. Frank Ruscetti, has afforded Dr. Mikovits the opportunity to come full circle back to her first love, natural products chemistry. In 2020 MARC Inc evolved to become Dr. J solutions a company focused not only on education but on providing solutions for the prevention and treatment of autoimmune/auto-inflammatory diseases resulting from a viral infections, drugs, and environmental toxins. Her heart and passion are to focus on natural product chemistry and plant-based drug therapies. 

Her current focus is on medical cannabis with breakthroughs in the understanding of the pathophysiology of neuroimmune diseases such as acquired endocannabinoid immune dysfunction (AEIDS) including COVID19.

Dr. Carrie Madej

Dr. Carrie Madej is originally from Dearborn, Michigan and received her medical degree from Kansas City University of Medical Biosciences in 2001. She then completed her traditional internship at the The Medical Center in Columbus, Georgia and internal medicine residency at Mercer University in Macon Georgia.

Dr. Madej served as a private clinician and medical director of clinics in Georgia until 2015. Dr. Madej also served as an attending physician for the Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine – Georgia Campus, where she mentored students in clinical applications of internal medicine for 8 years. She has served as a public speaker and was featured in the documentary, “The Marketing of Madness” about the overuse of prescription psychotropic medicines.

Dr. Madej now dedicates her time to educating others on vaccines, nanotechnology, and human rights via multiple platforms and speaking engagements.

Peggy Hall, Founder of The Healthy America

Documents, Letters, Flyers and Cards to Print Out and Distribute

PEGGY HALL, Founder of THE HEALTHY AMERICAN, is a national leader in the freedom movement and is dedicated to “breathing life back into liberty.”

Peggy is the former Director of Teacher Education at the University of California, Irvine, and has been an educator for 30+ years. She has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a Master’s Degree in International Relations, and has years of experience as a health educator and community activist.

Through her inspiring educational videos, hours of legal research, and online and in-person programs to keep businesses open, to help parents get their kids out of government schools, and to help Americans protect their medical rights, Peggy empowers patriots all across the country to take action to make “positive waves of change” as we fight back this growing tidal wave of tyranny.

Follow Peggy on social media here, or see her in person at rallies and conferences where she calls for “all hands on deck” to defend life, liberty, truth and freedom.

Dr. Rashida Ghauri

A native of the Delaware Valley, Dr. Rashida Ghauri, growing up with both American and Asian heritage has spent most of her life studying science and technology that powers conventional medicine culminating in her board certification in Internal Medicine. She came to realize that too many of her otherwise “healthy” colleagues, friends, and family were ending up with the same serious and life-threatening problems as her patient’s requiring hospitalization. Upon further scrutiny, she began to find inconsistencies in her own lifestyle and more concerningly, the training and science that defined “success” in her practice. This prompted her to seek further training and eventually resulted in her attaining the highest professional recognition as a board-certified specialist in Integrative Holistic Medicine. Rashida is doing everything in her power to treat and prevent disease and promote wellness.

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