Obama Health Care Bill To Include Microchips In People
- 2010/03/25 22:48:27
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on page 4- under Subtitle C—National Medical Device Registry
page 858 under Sec. 2521. National medical device registry.
under - Subtitle C—National Medical
NATIONAL MEDICAL DEVICE REGISTRY. Final is on page 1001..............
am finding different opinions.. This is one of them :
of the bill clarifies what was put into place under the Safe Medical
Devices act of 1990. It was then modified in 1997 as the Food and Drug
Administration Modernization Act was signed.
Briefly, a Class III
medical device is a device that is life-sustaining or life-supporting
(like a pacemaker or a heart valve). A Class II device is a device that
requires additional qualification but not as much as a Class III device
(like an X-ray machine).
Here is another:
by the FDA, a class II implantable device is a "implantable
radiofrequency transponder system for patient identification and health
So those who opt to be included in the Obama health
care plan will be offered an implantable chip which will include medical
history, patient survey data, and any other data they might need to
diagnose your illness or condition. Are you sure you want to go down
this slippery slope?
I guess its what you
want to believe but there is no way I will have one put in.....
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