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What do you think about implantable microchips that deliver medication to patients?


I read about a drug dispensing device that is implanted in a patient's fingertip and controlled via a wireless connection as an alternative to injected medications (i.e. for osteoporosis, and even diabetes someday) developed based on research by MIT. What are the pros and cons? Will this technology work?

 

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