Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Alzheimer's Patients Lining Up for Microchip

Up to 200 Alzheimer's patients living near Palm Beach, Fla., will be implanted with the VeriChip for free in the next week.

Alzheimer's patients to get ID microchips

The arrangement was made through Alzheimer's Community Care, a nonprofit agency in West Palm Beach that help patients find in-home care and other services. The program will take two years to complete.

RFID Healthcare: VeriChip Corporation And Alzheimer's Community Care Officially Launch VeriMed Patient Identification Project

Scott R. Silverman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VeriChip, said, “We are very pleased to officially launch this important project with Alzheimer’s Community Care. We believe individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers can greatly benefit from the VeriMed system, which provides a safety net when they present in an emergency room unable to communicate. Alzheimer’s disease, which is one of several medical conditions we have identified as being ideally suited for the benefits of the VeriMed system, is dramatically on the rise in the United States with as many as 16 million new cases predicted by 2050.1”

Ekahau and VeriChip collaborate on RFID security

Digital Angel Corporation Enters Distribution Agreement with Data Lab S.A. of Paraguay

Digital Angel Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Datamars

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