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An American doctor, Dr. Bill Gray, has claimed that he has technological remedy to help people infected with Ebola Virus recover.

According to a statement made available to P.M News, Dr.Gray, who is the Founder and Chairman, Coherence Apps LLC, said that Ebola death rate is about 50 per cent so far, meaning that with necessary treatment 50 per cent can recover to a full state of health.


He, however, said the remaining 50 per cent can recover to a full state of health with his online technology therapy which is free.

The American doctor noted that his technology should be used as a preventive for those exposed to Ebola but not sick or for those that are sick for less than 48 hours.

“It is true that standard medicine has no proven cure to kill the virus and no vaccines. All that can be done is to enhance the body’s own ability to health itself — hydration (with intravenous fluids if necessary), rest, good nutrition, and careful hygiene are basic — as well as isolation and quarantine to protect family members and the community,” Dr.Gray said.


He informed that the use of homeopathy brings succour. “Modern technology finally brings another encouraging option, however. Homeopathy is a two-century-old science with remedies capable of stimulating the body to heal itself. Homeopathy actually became famous worldwide treating scarlet fever, smallpox, yellow fever, cholera, typhoid, etc. — all as intense as Ebola.

“Ordinarily, the difficulty in the chaos of Ebola is just getting to a homeopathic doctor or pharmacy to acquire a remedy. Not a problem nowadays!”

It was gathered that Gray’s homeopathic remedies have been made into electronic form that can be played for just 10 seconds over a cellphone! Sounding like mere white noise, the frequencies played actually help to heal.

“Coherence Apps LLC has created two eRemedies carefully chosen to stimulate healing forces of those suffering from Ebola — as well as enhancing prevention for those at risk of exposure. Fortunately, he was able to interview an internationally famous Ebola expert to gather detailed clinical symptoms needed to choose precise eRemedies for this epidemic.”

Also, all those interested in the remedy are advised to try out the therapy via a website. “Those interested in this perfectly safe method of healing Ebola sufferers can simply go to On the Ebola page, follow instructions to take one or another of the eRemedies. They play for 10 seconds each time — with a benign white noise sound. … And, this service is completely free of charge.”

“Improvement in energy, fever and other symptoms can be expected within a day or so, often within hours,” the statement read.


Gray is a Stanford Medical School trained physician with 43 years of experience practicing and teaching homeopathy worldwide.

He has also an author and in 1999, published Homeopathy: Science or Myth? Dr Gray is the co-founder of International Foundation of Homeopathy, principal instructor for IFH across US and co-founder of and core faculty member of Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in East Bay.

According to the World Health Organisation, WHO, the Ebola virus has killed no fewer than 1,350 people, while at least 2,473 cases have been confirmed since the outbreak that started early this year in West Africa.

Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are currently battling especially hard to curtail the dreaded disease.

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