16 Year Synthetic Hormone Birth Control Microchip to Hit Market

Holy Hormones Journal:

Microchip – Microsoft – of course none other than Bill Gates and gang – in the name of humanity of course. This will be the final straw – women will no longer have control of their fertility. The government will insist that women keep this chip in until the government is ready for you to conceive and bear children.

Is this what our daughter’s will be faced with? A constant synthetic hormone drip and when she complains to the doctor he will give the “Take Two Valium and Go Home Honey! Syndrome” speech telling her it is all in her head.

Is the the new birth control movement – taking control of us?

That is the question we need to be asking.

Bill Gates Foundation Announces Implantable Remote-Controlled Contraceptive Microchip That Can Last Up To 16 Years

Collective Evolution
July 12, 2014

Bill Gates, one of the world’s most notable (or notorious) billionaires is at it again, announcing a remote controlled implantable birth control chip that could last up to 16micrchip diagram years.

The idea sprouted after a visit Bill made to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) two years prior, where he asked professor Robert Langer if there was any way to turn birth control on and off via remote control. This would spare  women the trouble of visiting the clinic to have contraceptive implants removed when they wanted to become pregnant.

Langer connected the Gate’s Foundation with MicroCHIPS, a Massachusetts firm licensed to use a controlled-release microchip technology. Since then, the partnership has been busy developing the technology which could see a release as early as 2018, with safety tests starting this year.

MIT stated the implant would have to be encrypted to protect wireless data flow and keep it secure. The chip’s size is 20mm x 20mm x 7mm and reservoirs of the hormone are stored on a 1.5cm-wide microchip within the device.

The birth control microchip would hold nearly two decades worth of a hormone commonly used in contraceptives and dispense 30 micrograms a day, according to a report from the MIT Technology Review. The implant’s daily dose works by a small electric charge that melts an ultra-thin seal around the hormone.The birth control microchip can be implanted in the buttocks, upper arm or abdomen.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.