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FDA Approves New Digital Sensor To Ensure ‘Patients With Mental Health Issues’ Take Their Meds

Mac Slavo
November 14th, 2017
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The Food and Drug Administration has just approved a new pill with a digital sensor in it. It will “ensure” that patients who suffer from mental health issues take their medicine when they are told. But privacy concerns have not gone unnoticed.

Regulators in the United States have approved the first bill that can be digitally tracked as it makes its way through the human body.  The Abilify MyCite aripiprazole tablets used for treating schizophrenia and manic episodes have an ingestible sensor embedded inside them that records that the medication has been taken. A patch worn by the patient transmits this information to their smartphone.

But many are raising the red flag that this could simply be another form of medical “big brother.” You may no longer have the right to refuse medications in the very near future.

The Abilify MyCite features a sensor the size of a grain of sand made of silicon, copper, and magnesium. An electrical signal is activated when the sensor comes into contact with stomach acid — the sensor then passes through the body naturally. A patch the patient wears on their left rib cage receives the signal several minutes after the pill is ingested. The patch then sends data like the time the pill was taken and the dosage to a smartphone app over Bluetooth. The patch also records activity levels, sleeping patterns, steps taken, activity, and heart rate, and must be replaced every seven days. The patient’s doctor and up to four other people chosen by the patient, including family members, can access the information. The patient can revoke access at any time. – The Verge

Is it really hard to understand why people are raising concerns about privacy over this new pill? The pill is one way to address the prevalent problem of patients not taking their medication correctly. According to the IMS Institute’s estimates, the improper and unnecessary use of medicine cost the US healthcare sector over $200 billion in 2012.

But, the approval also opens the door for pills that are used for other conditions beyond mental health to be digitized and monitored, and could eventually lead to tracking devices for humans being slipped into medication. What is the government’s obsession with keeping the people doped up? Complacency, perhaps?

Others are worried that tracking pills will be a step towards punishing patients who don’t comply with either medical or government demands to take drugs. Ameet Sarpatwari, an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School told The New York Times the digital pill “has the potential to improve public health. [But] if used improperly, it could foster more mistrust instead of trust.”

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Author: Mac Slavo
Date: November 14th, 2017
Website: www.SHTFplan.com

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  1. aljamo says:

    No right to refuse medications. That just lowered the status of humanity to owned animals.

  2. Braveheart1776 says:

    Aljamo, there IS a right to refuse medications as far as I’m concerned. Who the hell is anyone to classify anyone else as having ‘mental health issues’? And who determines the criteria for said ‘mental health issues’? I make my own decision whether to take any medications or not. FDA can blow me.

  3. Oh aby says:

    This would have been helpful before my father passed. It’s not even if they took it but sometimes he wouldn’t even remember if he took it or not.

  4. TEST says:

    666 anyone?

    And from the penultimate line of 1984: “… and loved Big Brother…”

  5. Drink your soma and be happy; it’s a brave new world.

  6. Sounds easy to circumvent….just throw up (contains stomach acids), insert pill w/tracker and that’s that. Pill activates and although you now have a bulimia situation, no one is for the wiser except you!

    You’re welcome!


  7. Philosopher Deplorabilis says:

    Scary. The patch can is basically a long-distance spy tool.

    Good article. I have not heard about this anyplace else.

  8. Veterans says:

    Veterans getting big disabilities will now be forced to take medicines or have their disability pay cut off. Most current vets are getting 60 to 100 percent disability pay. They will now control them with medicines as many of them do not actually take the medical drugs they are prescribed.

  9. Kazuhira Miller says:

    at some point in the near future anyone who refuses to go along with their agenda will be labeled mentally ill.