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Dr Jackie Stone

Prof Ian Brighthope


Dr Jackie Stone, medical director and clinical lead at Intellectus Campus. She is a Zimbabwean Primary Care Physician who grew up in Zimbabwe. She graduated from the University of Cape Town Cum Laude in 1989. She went on to get a Medical Research Council Scholarship to do an Honours degree in Medical Biochemistry which she completed in 1992. From there she went to the UK and worked in the Infection and Immunity Department at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London and wrote her MRCP in 1996. She then moved to the Middle East and worked in the Airline industry for 12 years. In 2003 she was part of the airline's SARS 1 task force. She completed her Diploma in Aviation Medicine in 2008 from Kings College in London. This she feels taught her a great deal about Risk Benefit Assessment, Hypoxia, Infectious disease treatment and prevention and vaccination. In 2008 she moved to Australia and completed her FRACGP in 2012. She also became an inaugural member of the Australasian College of Aerospace Medicine in 2012. Both in the Middle East and Australia she developed an interest in Integrative Medicine. She returned to Zimbabwe in 2015 for personal reasons and is now on the Executive Committee of the Zimbabwe Covid Front Line Clinicians Society who advocate for saving lives through early, safe, effective, affordable combination therapy.

Prof Ian Brighthope with a background in agricultural science and medicine. He is considered to be the founding father of Integrative Medicine in Australia and founded the Australian College of Nutritional and environmental medicine in the 1980s. He is also best known for successfully using intravenous Vitamin C with sick HIV patients in the early days of that pandemic, and his cancer protocols have made a significant difference to many patients.