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Researchers from the University of Florida have designed a standard-size pill capsule that includes a microchip and digestible antenna to allow physicians to better monitor patients' adherence to prescriptions, American Medical News reports.
Once the pill is swallowed, the microchip uses the antenna to send a message to an electronic device carried by the patient. The device then relays the signal to a cell phone or laptop to inform physicians or family members that the patient has taken the medication.
In addition to boosting prescription adherence, researchers say the new capsule coul
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by zaiger
No matter what you say my life has proven beyond at doubt 100%, that they where suing electronic mind control in schools in london in 1992 fact.
Waste of time worrying about it today its been around for ages.