The new ‘smart’ pill

Many patients forget to take their medicine, but as FT science commentator Anjana Ahuja explains, now there’s a pill that ‘knows’ when it’s been swallowed. It can send a time-stamped signal to the patient, and with consent, their doctor. It could be the next big thing in medicine, but just how secure is the information?


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