Meaghan's Minute: Remote Controlled Birth Control
Today on Meaghan's Minute, brought to you by Memory Protection Devices, MicroCHIPS of Lexington, Massachusetts has developed a wireless implant that can be turned on and off with a remote control, making it a perfect candidate for a new contraceptive.
The device measures 20 x 20 x 7 millimeters, and it is designed to be implanted under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm, or abdomen.
According to MicroCHIPS, to conceive, women turn off the implant with a remote control; another click of the remote restarts it. After 16 years, it could be removed. Doctors could also adjust dosages remotely. Currently, no hormonal birth control lasts over five years.
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