Would You Wear a Birth Control Implant That Could Be Turned On or Off Remotely?

From mercola.com

In 2014 Bill Gates provided funding for a birth control microchip implant that can be turned on or off remotely. The implant, which is put under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm or abdomen, is wirelessly programmed to release drugs inside a woman’s body.

Originally an MIT project, Daré Bioscience acquired the technology in 2019 and announced they planned to begin trial testing it in 2020. Microchips Biotech joined Daré; Gates has pumped $17.9 million into it so far, Microchips Biotech said. The device can work for 16 years. Press releases did not say who or what would remotely control it.

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https://blogs.mercola.com/sites/vitalvotes/archive/2020/11/02/would-you-wear-a-birth-control-implant-that-could-be-turned-on-or-off-remotely.aspx

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2 thoughts on “Would You Wear a Birth Control Implant That Could Be Turned On or Off Remotely?”

  1. Hi Pam,

    I am afraid another post whose links don’t work. I imagine this article has been blocked.

    Kindest regards, Zara.

    On Thu, 5 Nov 2020 at 19:08, Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch wrote:

    > Pam Vernon posted: ” In 2014 Bill Gates provided funding for a birth > control microchip implant that can be turned on or off remotely. The > implant, which is put under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm or abdomen, > is wirelessly programmed to release drugs inside a woman’s bo” >

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