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The FDA recently approved an ingestible sensor as a medical device. What do you think about a pill that can tell you/your doctor if you are taking your medication on time?
That's awesome! Just what I needed. Bring it on!
 
I like the idea of a pill helping me be on time, but telling on me? No way!
 
On the fence. I need to know more about it.
 
This is too Big Brother for my taste.
 
am always leery of combining my body with technology.
 

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by Nicole Purcell
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