Microchips Linked to Cancer in Animals

Microchips implanted in humans, a highly touted health care innovation, may actually be a health hazard, according to a new report. The microchips, first implanted in pets, are encoded with information about the animal and are meant to get them home safely if lost. Those chips are now being implanted in some people, especially Alzheimer's patients, and encoded with their medical records. The Food and Drug Administration called the microchip one of 2005's top innovative technologies. The...Full Story
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