posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 03:02 PM
Now some FDA will require these things in patients to administer their drugs for them, or they won't be able to get the drugs they need... I can see
Here's a quote:
"The device may someday allow patients to avoid daily injections of medication and permit doctors to adjust their doses from afar, said the study
which appears in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
"We hope this really is the dawn of a whole new way of thinking about delivering medications," said co-author Robert Langer, a professor of cancer
research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."
"For the 200 million people worldwide with osteoporosis, and for patients with many other diseases, taking a daily injection is not an appealing way
to take every day for a chronic disease that you may face for the rest of your life."
------Ok, so lets let a computer chip give it to us and have it wirelessly in someone elses hands???
I don't get this one. Would any of you do this??