—Dr. Luc Montagnier, 2008 Nobel Laureate for the isolation of the HIV retrovirus
“Kent Heckenlively and Judy Mikovits are the new dynamic duo fighting corruption in science.”
— Ben Garrison, America’s #1 political satirist
“What this book teaches you more than anything else is that science is a dangerous game. The notion that science is precise and unambiguous is wrong. When there is doubt, there is the potential for powerful interested parties to make life miserable for a scientist with integrity. Throughout the book, intrigue is seamlessly intertwined with fascinating revelations about the still poorly understood science behind the potential role of retroviruses in mysterious debilitating diseases like chronic fatigue syndrome and autism.”
—Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
“The breathtaking story of an extraordinary scientist who discovered the most likely cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, only to witness a cover-up and character assassination emanating from the highest levels of the scientific community. An incisive critique of what’s wrong with science today, and yet a hopeful portrait of how science still has the means to find the truth. It leaves you overwhelmed by the insidious methods and players corrupting science, but hopeful for truth-seekers in the scientific community like Dr. Mikovits who are persevering against all odds.”
— J.B. Handley, co-founder of Generation Rescue and author of How to End the Autism Epidemic
“This book is a jaw-dropping excursion through the lies of Big Money, Big Government, and Big Pharma. God bless Dr. Mikovits for her courage in sharing this story!”
— Max Swafford, author and educator
“Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, and Big Pharma don’t want you to read this book. Get PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION now and learn the truth about public health industrial complex’s decades of research fraud and vaccine cover-ups.”
— Michelle Malkin, New York Times bestselling author and political commentator
PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION is a once-in-a-generation eye-opener that is likely to have a profound impact on how Americans view their country’s public health and scientific establishment.
— Preston Flemming, author of Maid of Baikal and Forty Days at Kamas
About the Author
Kent Heckenlively, JD, is a former attorney, a founding editor of Age of Autism, and a science teacher. During college, Heckenlively worked for US Senator Pete Wilson, and in law school, he was a writer and an editor of the school’s law review and spent his summers working for the US Attorney’s Office in San Francisco. Kent and his wife Linda live in Northern California with their two children, Jacqueline and Ben.