Microchip-Laden Drugs Given FDA Approval
According to Sayer Ji, who writes at GreenMedInfo.com, Proteus Digital Health recently gained FDA approval for its 1 square millimeter device (the size of a grain of sand), which it believes will “shift the care paradigm” into an era of digital medicine.
The aim of the “ingestible sensor” is to electronically verify patient compliance in taking the medication. Proteus Digital Health estimates that over 50% of patients do not get the full benefit from the pharmaceuticals they take because of taking the wrong dose or taking the medication inconsistently.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has recently come under criticism for their financial support of GMO agriculture, ‘edible‘ and “flying” vaccines, pesticide-laden traditional scarves, and other questionable technological interventions ostensibly to reduce suffering, are also prominently figured partners on the Proteus Digital Health website.
The European Union was the first to approve Proteus’ digital pill in 2010
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Editorial comment: Forget the constitutional right to privacy. Now the government and their favorite corporations (the drug companies) can digitally monitor us without the pain and expense of surgically inserting microchips.