Current Patch Job

I need to get out more… I seem to find far too much mileage returning to the New Scientist home page again and again. This time – current controlled drug delivery from a specially treated patch (got to love the double meaning of that article title!). Current on – material breaksdown and drug enters the body; current off – material stops breaking down. Perfect. Seems like an ideal way to handle baseline hormone suppressent delivery because the patch could be constructed to react to very specific low level current delivered through a chair or the floor or something. Food and water could be laced with top-up medication as appropriate, but sub-dermal patches or slivers (delivered by needle gun or ice splinter projectile) could handle the basic necessities of keeping the population under control. The rate we’re moving Year 214 may not be so far away…

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