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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The first digital pill has been approved by the F.D.A. It's designed to help doctors ensure that patients take drugs as prescribed.

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine.
The approval marks a significant advance in the growing field of digital devices designed to monitor medicine-taking and to address the expensive, longstanding problem that millions of patients do not take drugs as prescribed.
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Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, that's gonna be real cheap!

Anonymous said...

wow, now big phara is FORCING us to take what the doctor prescribed whether I like it or not? The complications are very far reaching on this one, meaning insurance companies can now deny you care because you did not take meds whether you needed it or not.

I don't know how many prescriptions I have discarded due to personal preference. I am not a pill junkie and don't always agree with one mans opinion.

Saw a local heart doctor who prescribed the highest dosage of statins which I disagreed with so I sought a second opinion where another heart doctors opinion was , that the previous dosage prescribed was ridiculous, unnecessary and dangerous.

Anonymous said...

And it has started!!!! Welcome to the new mark of the beast technology... Soon, they will have sensors everywhere and in everything... You will see, you all will soon see...