Remote birth control for women

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Clare Corthell
Clare CorthellHunter@clarecorthell
http://www.businessinsider.com/b... (Found through the Mattermark News reader) - Implantable medical device - Can be filled with 16 years worth of birth control - Can be remotely turned on and off I always believed that the IUD would address all of humanity's population control desires, because it's 100% effective and very safe. But it's also hard to get for various reasons despite being exorbitantly cheap ($.02/unit). If that hasn't taken off, is something like this going to win out?