intelligent pill

  The Brigadier 17:29 16 Feb 09
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  Forum Editor 17:41 16 Feb 09

over the counter at Boots - they have a £10 price tag (each) if I'm any judge.

  amonra 20:58 16 Feb 09

If they like practically everything else produced by Philips, the words pole and barge spring to mind !

  wolfie3000 03:48 17 Feb 09

I feel its a start in the right direction,as technology progresses i can see these becoming common place,

I would rather take a Ipill rather than go for invasive surgery to diagnose a problem.

I applaud there efforts with this.

  Chegs ®™ 04:32 17 Feb 09

According to the blurb on the link,endoscopy might still be needed so you still get probed internally.

It also says it contains a transceiver so why not hand your patient the pill & then use the wireless abilities to deliver the drug rather than temperature controlled release?

11x26mm is also quite a large pill so I wont be offering myself up to trial it. :)

  The Brigadier 05:06 17 Feb 09

Having an endoscopy procedure still requires one to go into hospital.
With this pill you would still go but can be monitored better & more easily.

  Grey Goo 17:17 17 Feb 09

Someone ought to invent an intelligence pill and it should be compulsory to take them judging by the evolutionary cretinism shown by a large proportion of the general public.

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