Microchips in pharmacuetical drugs coming soon
According to reports from the company (Novartis AG) that are producing this technology, and other reports on the net. There will soon be micro-chipped pharmaceutical drugs, aka “smart pills”. There drugs are intended to be attached to medication, and when it enters the stomach, acid from the stomach activates the chip which then broadcasts information in multiple different ways. It can broadcast information to the patient via a transceiver, or via the internet to a doctor.
This “smart pill” is designed to report on health conditions. But there are some concerns.
- The pharmaceutical company is not known to have done any or plans to do any random human clinical trials as to health, and allergic reactions.
- Also there is a problem with data being broadcasts from a persons body. That is scary and strange on many levels. Privacy is an obvious concern. Since it can broadcast data, what about the possibility of that data being intercepted.
This is all very concerning.
(NaturalNews) The age of pharmaceutical microchipping is now upon us. Novartis AG, one of the largest drug companies in the world, has announced a plan to begin embedding microchips in medications to create “smart pill” technology.
Tattletale medicine? Novartis AG plans to seek regulatory approval within 18 months for a pioneering tablet containing an embedded microchip that sends information to your doctor about whether you took your medication and how it’s working, according to Reuters.
In contrast to this type of lab created “tattle tale” drug technology, and the vast and deadily side effects of many pharmaceutical drugs.
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