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A doctor sells 13-second recordings he says can heal patients. The California medical board isn't buying it

LOS ANGELES - The website promises that audio recordings can cure dozens of ailments - among them diarrhea, anxiety, labor pains, malaria, even a pet's infection.

Dr. William Edwin Gray III, a homeopathic doctor who practices in the Bay Area, sells these so-called eRemedies for $5 on his website. Each recording is 13 seconds long and consists of what Gray described as "a hissing sound."

"Thirty-six out of 37 people were cured of their malaria symptoms within three to four hours with just a

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