Self-Tracking Pills: Medical Adherence in the Twenty-First Century

by Mike Reaves• What if your prescription pill contained a microchip inside of it? Yes, a microchip inside of a pill. A piece of silicon, magnesium, and copper no more than one millimeter wide. A combination that creates an electrical circuit when exposed to stomach acid. Within minutes of reacting to gastric acid, the microchip […]

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