Singapore-based Pakistani doctor and researcher displayed the device at International Seminar on “Bio Resonance: Way to Medicine Free Treatment held in Larkana
Larkana: An international seminar on “Bio Resonance: way to medicine free treatment” was held Tuesday at Sindh University Campus Larkan, wherein Singapore-based Pakistani doctor, writer, researcher and innovator Dr. Muhammad Ali Khalid introduced his new device used for treatment of several ailments in human body including chronic and incurable diseases like cancer and others.
Seminar was arranged by office bearers of SUCL Science Literature and Arts Society and Bazm-e-Pakistan Society including Faisal Khan Chandio, Maryam Fatima, Atif Samo, Sajjad Baloch, Sawera Khushik, Kamran Bhutto, Umul Habib and others.
In his welcome speech Prof Dr. Azhar Ali Shah, Pro Vice Chancellor Sindh University Campus Larkano appreciated the efforts of SUCL students who are taking keen interest not only in curricular but also co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which are an essential part of University learning environment.
Dr. Shah said that the concept and effect of resonance has been described and applied with almost similar characteristics not only in different disciplines of science but also in literature and art. He said that tuning the frequencies of two elements or components to the matching level creates an infinite and eternal source of energy which we call the resonance and this phenomenon goes beyond any particular border of knowledge discipline. “It is therefore like other developed countries we have started focusing on the synergy of science literature and art to observe and experience interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary themes and subjects leading to innovative solutions based on collective wisdom. This seminar is yet another step towards that aim,” he added.
Singapore-based Pakistani doctor, writer, researcher and innovator Dr. Muhammad Ali Khalid was the key note speaker at the event. Dr. Ali Khaild is Chairman and Founder of Medical Frequency Center having branches in Karachi, Malaysia and Singapore. Dr. Khalid introduced his new device named I.DOC used for treatment of more than 3000 ailments in human body including chronic and incurable diseases like cancer and others. He explained that this device works on the bio physics of human body and tunes the frequency of organs and cells to the normal and matching level creating resonance effect and thereby enhancing the level of immunity and providing relief and happiness to the hopeless patients.
This innovative method is functional in all the countries around the globe and Dr. Ali Khalid is the first one to introduce in Pakistan. It’s very cost effective and also noninvasive and without any side effects.
He claimed that with this innovative method we can treat diseases such as parasites, hay-fever & allergies, long-term illnesses, depression, smoking, weight gain, electronic smog, asthma, digestive problems, skin problems, gastro-intestinal disorders, auto immune disease, infections and neurological disorders.
Guests of Honor Lt Col Sardar Ali Shah and Mr. Atiq Raja, Chairman Pakistan Youth Council emphasized on the role of youth of Pakistan specially the students of Sindh University Campus Larkano to propagate the message of being innovative, progressive and peaceful and at the same time raising the voice for the rights of all the oppressed communities specially for the people of Kashmir and demanding the UN for peaceful resolution of this issue.
Prof Dr. Aneela Atta ur Rehman, Vice Chancellor SMBB Medical University Larkano speaking as the chief guest on the occasion appreciated the efforts of Dr. Ali Khalid and also the efforts of SUCL PVC Dr. Azhar Ali Shah arranging international seminars on such interesting and innovative topics which are of common interest to everyone and specially the students of biological and medical sciences. She said being the head of a medical University she would encourage her colleagues and students to conduct more research on bio resonance which could lead to having fruitful collaboration with Dr. Ali Khalid’s center for medical frequencies and it shall be greatly beneficial for the people of Pakistan.
Large number of faculty members, students and staff including Mr. GM Shaikh, Ms. Ruzwana Jhatial, Ms. Hina Shah, Ms. Shazia Samo and others attended the event while observing the SOPs. (PR)