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Remote-controlled Chip Could Be the Future of Contraceptives

MIT's ROBERT LANAGER, 2005 laureate, invented the controlled release microchip technology with colleagues Michael Cima and John Santini in the 1990s. He now leads a team  that is part of the Bill & Miranda Gates Foundation Family Planning Program and is adapting this technology for contraceptives. He hopes to have FDA approval for pre-clinical trials next year, with a view to have it available on the market by 2018.

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