Tuesday, November 1, 2011

TheAntiTerrorist on The Bitter Pill

TheAntiTerrorist on The Bitter Pill Video Clips. Duration : 7.30 Mins.

Will a spoonful of sugar help this medicine go down? The PROTEUS INGESTABLE MICROCHIP- Soon available in a Pharmacy Near you What the Experts Say : Imeds will be bigger than itunes Chinal likely to Adopt Smart Pills first The "Raisin" system, already approved in the EU The ingestible Microship Pill will most probably be available in 2012. The smart pill once ingested reacts with the liquid inside the stomach and starts transmitting information...to a smartphone or send it over the internet to a.. ... ...???doctor. due to health care reforms taking place Worldwide.... doctors, ... policy makers etc... .... ....have been given ways to be more in control when delivering medical care.. CHEAP CHIP: Experts believe that this new wireless device, will play an important role in the process of lowering medical cost....??? Therefore Novartis agreed to spend $US24 million to secure access to chip-in-a-pill technology developed by Proteus Biochemical and expect approval in 2012... SMART CHIP The "Raisin" system, already approved in the EU, has a sensor patch on the patient's skin that communicates with the computer chip swallowed with the pill. The patch will send an SMS message to the patient's phone of they neglect to take their meds. www.reuters.com www.mchips.com www.dailymail.co.uk www.in-pharmatechnologist.com www.naturalnews.com mobihealthnews.com Opening score sampled from 'New World Order' by DJ Chris Geo www.blogtalkradio.com theantiterrorist.co.uk TheAntiTerrorist Handbook ...

Tags: theantiterrorist, microchipping, rfid, smart pills, Novartis, Big Pharma, medical spying

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