Friday, February 17, 2012
Microtechnology is on the horizon and offers a new frontier of possibilities in many aspects of human life. While there are twofold implications for this application of technology, its potential use for medical application has been the subject of recent attention.
Individuals who receive daily injections for medicine could instead rely on an implantable microchip device, which is currently being developed for practical use.
Many people don’t like to receive medicine in pill form and the complications that go with it, even more so with needle injected medication. The use of this remote controlled microchip technology can offer a more efficient and directed application of medicine for such people. That said, the pharmaceutical-based ‘medications’ oftentimes do little to cure the underlying diseases.
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