For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine.
The approval, announced late on Monday, marks a significant advance in the growing field of digital devices designed to monitor medicine-taking and to address the expensive, longstanding problem that millions of patients do not take drugs as prescribed.
VLA COMMENT: This is great for the psyche wards. These poor inmates, who got 39 vaccines, 15 or which had mercury by the time they were 6 years old. Then diagnosed as ADHD or OCD they are given ritalin... this is a real reality trap. It is hard to escape…fake taking pills is no more…..drugs forced on you by the medical cabal if you wind up in the psyche ward by chance or design. You can only hope it is a temporary life experience.