Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Microchips in humans, conditioning.

Patients will be fitted with a microchip in their shoulder to remind them to take their medicine, under a new scheme being developed by a drugs company.

Older people will be given pills containing a harmless microchip that sends a signal to the chip in the shoulder when the pill is taken.

Note that 'harmless' addition. Sounds like a press release or those corporately funded fake articles.

But if the pill is not taken by the forgetful patient, the chip in the shoulder will then send a text to a carer or the patient to remind them.

Silly patient, helpful microchips in humans!

Swiss pharmaceutical group Norvatis is developing the electronic pill that it hopes will reduce the number of patients who have to be supervised taking their medicine.

Joe Jiminez, head of pharmaceuticals at Novartis, said tests of the 'chip in the pill' to a shoulder receiver chip had been carried out on 20 patients.

Wow, that is a massive test.

The experiment with a drug that lowers blood pressure had increased the amount of times patients had taken their medicine on time from 30 per cent to 80 per cent in six months.

Drug companies are keen to improve 'compliance' rates among patients as most end up not taking their correct dosages because of unpleasant side effects or a failure to gain symptoms quickly.

I would suggest these 'forgetful patients' look up alternative options, and avoid Big Pharma as much as they can. Even if this is useful, in my opinion this is another conditioning exercise. The idea of human implantable microchips is not new and is one of the endgame strategies of the global governance cabal.

The entire human population microchipped. This is the reason for the simultaneous creations of centralised, inter-operable surveillance databases through the nations of the world. They will be administered by supra-national agencies (EU, UN etc) and eventually merged into one global system. Total Information Awareness.

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