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TINY CHIP IMPLANT COULD CONNECT HUMANS & MACHINES

from The Next News Network:

Ian Johnston for the Independent UK reports A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities.

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3 comments to TINY CHIP IMPLANT COULD CONNECT HUMANS & MACHINES

  • rich

    meanwhile kids can’t access a life saving drug….

    “Duchenne advocates’ wait for an FDA decision nears the six-month mark

    Asked about the ongoing delay and the effect it’s having on patients and their families, the FDA’s head of drug approvals, Janet Woodcock, said she’s bound by law not to comment. But patient advocates themselves have told me in recent days that the wait is taking a toll. Beyond the hundreds of boys with Duchenne who have died, been forced to use wheelchairs or lost their ability to feed themselves in the past few months, Christine McSherry, head of the Massachusetts-based advocacy group, the Jett Foundation, said that many patients are refusing to enroll in other drug studies until a decision on eteplirsen has been rendered.

    “There are lots of kids out there who could start another trial,” said McSherry, a Pembroke resident. But many aren’t, she said, for fear that they’d have drop out if the drug is approved, and then may need to wait additional weeks for any other drug to flush out of their system before being eligible to take eteplirsen.
    http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/bioflash/2016/08/duchenne-advocates-wait-for-an-fda-decision-nears.html?

  • malcolm

    Yep and I know where the inventor can shove it as well.

  • Ed_B

    “A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities.”

    Yep. Any of these “possibilities” good? Someone should do a risk / reward analysis of this before it becomes “mandatory”. No thanks. Don’t even try it.

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