Deal Reached: Wireless Remote Drug-Releasing Microchip Implants On The Assembly Line

By Heather Callaghan

A pharma company with generic drugs meets michrochip and biotech in a marriage of implantable devices that are shockingly close to the finish line of commercialization.

Deals were made. Money exchanged. Development in process – this is actually going to happen.

Is this the next phase of The Singularity? The complete bypassing of pills, injections – things that one actively chooses and takes – to a passive acceptance of remote controlled wireless chips quietly and somehow pumping substance for up to 16 years? Or is it more public relations for the long-time push for the coming ”brain chip”?

But first to roll out will probably be the wirelessly controlled birth-control implanted device backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Rob Matheson of TechSwarm reports:

…Earlier this month, MIT spinout Microchips Biotech partnered with a pharmaceutical giant to commercialize its wirelessly controlled, implantable, microchip-based devices that store and release drugs inside the body over many years. 

Invented by Microchips Biotech co-founders Michael Cima, the David H. Koch Professor of Engineering, and Robert Langer, the David H. Koch Institute Professor, the microchips consist of hundreds of pinhead-sized reservoirs, each capped with a metal membrane, that store tiny doses of therapeutics or chemicals. An electric current delivered by the device removes the membrane, releasing a single dose… 


Now Microchips Biotech will begin co-developing microchips with Teva Pharmaceutical, the world’s largest producer of generic drugs, to treat specific diseases, with licensing potential for other products. Teva paid $35 million up front, with additional milestone payments as the device goes through clinical trials before it hits the shelves.

Langer was apparently inspired in the 1990s by microchip manufacturing to make a new drug delivery system. Cima, a chip-making expert had said, “…being out-of-this-world is not something that needs to stop anybody at MIT – In fact, that should be the criterion.” Cima recalls the early trial-and-error process saying, “We were trying to find the killer application. We thought, ‘I have a hammer, what’s the right nail to hit?’” Human trials for the wireless capabilities actually took place in 2011 – then Gates got involved.

The Techswarm report goes on:

Apart from providing convenience, Microchips Biotech says these microchips could also improve medication-prescription adherence — a surprisingly costly issue in the United States.

Do you hear that? Non-adherence won’t be tolerated because someone or something else will be calling the shots, so to speak… According to a supportive report by the Annals of Internal Medicine, the estimated unnecessary health costs of people who don’t stick to their meds is up to $100 billion to $289 billion annually.

Incidentally, that report goes on to say that a failure to follow prescriptions causes around 125,000 deaths annually and up to 10 percent of all hospitalizations. Is that on top of the 200,000 or so annual deaths caused by FDA-approved prescription drugs and more from the 200,000 – 400,000 annual deaths from medical mistakes at the hospital? (source)

Then we have the kicker – the first device likely to roll out:

While its first partnership is for treating chronic diseases, Microchips Biotech will continue work on its flagship product, a birth-control microchip, backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, that releases contraceptives and can be turned on and off wirelessly.

Cima, who now serves on the Microchips Biotech board of directors with Langer, sees this hormone-releasing microchip as one of the first implantable “artificial organs” — because it acts as a gland. “A lot of the therapies are trying to chemically trick the endocrine systems,” Cima says. “We are doing that with this artificial organ we created.”

Do I really need to point out that it might not be a good idea to allow an organization that strives for depopulation to remote control women’s decision whether or not they can conceive? Listen to the proud men who would be gods – it’s been a long time dream of upper-echelon scientists to replace and “improve” the glandular system. It began with attempts to sew animal parts into human glands in the early 20th century, funded by Big Oil. Isn’t it coincidental that one of the biggest health crises facing Americans is glandular dysfunction – including infertility?

Also, is this not an all too real metaphor for alchemy? Gold alloy for “this artificial organ we created”? 

In December, I wrote about “Injectable 3D Vaccines With Programmable Particles Anticipated for Future Epidemics,” along the same lines. Previously, Brandon Turbeville reported on Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation work with developing “on demand” nano vaccines using genetically engineered proteins.

So there we have it, three or so avenues with which the “new medicine order” will be rolling out devices that mesh us with nanotech, biotech and wireless tech all in one. Who needs individuality and choice when one can let someone else take the medical wheel – from some remote location…

Heather Callaghan is a natural health blogger and food freedom activist. You can see her work at and Like at Facebook.

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10 Comments on "Deal Reached: Wireless Remote Drug-Releasing Microchip Implants On The Assembly Line"

  1. Ingold Inglorion | June 30, 2015 at 8:23 am | Reply

    Ah, the stuff of Huxleyesque nightmares. Of COURSE the first application will be forced birth control; Bill Gates is a piece of shit Malthusian who thinks there are “too many of us.” Controlling the population is the primary function of his “foundation.” (Well that and being a tax shelter for his money)

  2. the most dangerous woman alive to humanities freedom… A Google/Darpa hybrid.
    She’ll be at Bilderberg 2015

    As they march on successfully towards their transhumanist agenda to chip, control and own all souls through willful ignorance of technological enslavement.

    • JoAnn Dolberg | July 2, 2015 at 1:29 am | Reply

      Well, the first sentence caught my eye…”On May 2014, through Europe newborn children will be compelled to take in a subcutaneous RFID chip.” Thanks for this post.

  3. Frances McCandless | June 30, 2015 at 10:41 am | Reply

    George Orwell in 1984 talked about the masses being controlled but his vision did not see nefarious ways in which the masses could be controlled by the Oligarchs. What a great idea to have an implant that can kill you just as well as the Big Pharma prescriptions. Anyone who accepts this notion is dumber than dirt.

    • Alex Huxley saw it and wrote about it.
      being part of the “club” one can say he had “insider”knowledge
      Read Brave New World.
      (p.s. – Orwell was part of the ‘club” too)

      • Frances McCandless | June 30, 2015 at 6:58 pm | Reply

        I need to reread Brave New World. He was way ahead of his time since he was born in the late 1800’s to a comfortable family of scientists and teachers. Correcting you politely Aldous Huxley. Thanks for jarring this former English teacher’s memory.

        • Yes you are correct, thanks!
          I read them in HS some 40 years ago. About two years ago, I bought both 1984 and Brave New World to re-read.
          It was amazing how much of both stories I forgot.
          We are heading for a combination of both these stories.
          Do re-read them.

  4. and the reason for many ‘Non compliant” patients is?
    the drugs are making them ill!
    I had a doc go nuts at me for NOT taking my meds
    when one of the serious listed effects was blindness,
    my entire head flesh had swollen so I couldnt get my specs on, I was seeing through a haze of white, and feeling pretty bad..and she was calling me a bad patient!
    needless to say, we parted company , I found a better doc.
    the implantable slow release Dep Provera is a classic case. many bad side effects and 3mths to hopefully manage to get through before it dissolves
    removal is expensive and messy and they dont do it if they can avoid it at all..and ongoing use is higher risk for sterility..theyre pushing it in NZ and Aus for the indigenous populations rather heavily..
    as well as lower socio-economic white populations too.
    deaths have resulted from the supposed slow release implants of whatever opiod substitute they use for rehabbing addicts
    any excersise..which IS recommended to help people feel better when recovering..also increases the uptake/output of the drug, and people keel over from OD.
    I suspect, the Depo P implants may also have the attribute, over release when the body actually works a bit.

  5. Mick Gardner | July 1, 2015 at 4:49 am | Reply

    Our grandchildren, when they reach teenage-hood, will gladly go for a contraceptive implant. If it follows the line of Brave New World then a vacation chip can be implanted for virtual holidays anywhere in the universe. It will be 2 generations before this can be fully implemented. By that time we will have passed on and will have different issues to deal with.

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