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Novartis To Explore New Therapeutics Using Google X's Smart Lens Technology

    Michael McCoy of Chemical & Engineering News reports (july 26, 2014 issue)  that “Google X”, Google®’s “secret” lab, is working with Novartis’ Alcon (NYSE:ACL) eyecare division to develop therapeutic “smart lenses.” Smart lenses are non-invasive sensors that will be embedded in contact lens-like eye lenses.   455 more words

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Daily Funding Report

ThetaRay, ThredUp, Proteus Digital Health and Green Charge Networks are covered today in the Daily Funding Report – VB

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Smart Pills to Monitor Health

Technology surrounds us. Look around the room and list all the technology-enabled devices that can be seen. Now consider this: are there other technology devices that are in use, but cannot be seen? 231 more words

Classroom Activities

New Smart monitoring pills will help healthcare providers profit from your compliance ( can be both good, and bad )

Silicon pill beams back body’s response to medicines

07 May 2014 by Aviva Rutkin

Drugs work best when taken as prescribed. Take control with the help of a smart pill and skin patch that report back if you forget to take your meds… 757 more words

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The Proteus Ingestible Sensors -- More Beast Technology

One of the most typical ways of identifying Illuminati backed companies is based on their products names and function.  It seems that most of the Illuminati products are arising around equipment developed for transhumanist or Mark of The Beast Technologies.   584 more words

Christian

"Digital Drug" - A Trend setter

Current news

Long gone the days where your mom tells to swallow a bitter medicine where we had a liberty spit it out without her notice that’s what i like to call what we had as… 452 more words

Pharmacy

Digital meds help forgetful patients

by Stefania Revelli

WHAT’S HAPPENING

  • Patients can swallow it and forget it — the first ingestible digital pill has received FDA approval (iHealthBeat.org, 3 August 2012).
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