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    First digestible pill approved by the FDA (article)
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    sheba_q posted:
    While we're still decades away from having nanites crawling through our bloodstream, hunting down foreign bodies and repairing tissue at the cellular level, the lowly pill, most of which is sugar and starch, is finally receiving an upgrade for the 21st century.

    http://www.sync-blog.com/sync/2012/08/get-ready-to-swallow-digital-pills.html
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    magsjeanea responded:
    sheba_q,
    Thanks for this article. It is very interesting and hopefully will lead to nanites!

    Jeaneau
    Love Goes There,

    Jeaneau


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