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Patients will be fitted with a microchip in their shoulder to remind them to take their medicine, under a new scheme being developed by a drugs company.
Older people will be given pills containing a harmless microchip that sends a signal to the chip in the shoulder when the pill is taken.
But if the pill is not taken by the forgetful patient, the chip in the shoulder will then send a text to a carer or the patient to remind them
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yes if that is what it gets used for and their not just using older people as guiniepigs for another tool for control.
Originally posted by Zomonoid
Wow, what a clever idea. I am surprised this hasn't been already made. Will be very benificial to many aged people.
Originally posted by ninecrimes
What a big, fat waste of time and effort!
Bionic pill reminder chip implants... /sigh