Before you have a RFID Chip implanted in your pet, you may want to reconsider.
Evidence points to cancer concerns with the implantation of this small radio chip under the skin.
In many cases, the cancer tumors metastasized or spread to other parts of the animals. The implants were unequivocally identified as the cause of the cancers.
A definitive review of recent and past research showing a causal link between implanted radio-frequency (RFID) microchip transponders and cancer in animals.
“There’s no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips imlanted in my skin, or in one of my family members. Given the preliminary animals data, it looks to me that there’s definitely cause for concern.”
~ Dr. Robert Benezra, Director of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
From Katherine Albrecht’s Spychips.com Website
“In almost all cases, the malignant tumors, typically sarcomas, arose at the site of the implants and grew to surround and fully encase the devices. These fast-growing, malignant tumors often led to the death of the afflicted animals.”
“The report reviews the relevant research and concludes with a series of recommendations for physicians, policy makers, pet owners, and researchers, including the following:
1) Further microchipping of humans should be immediately discontinued;
(2) Implanted patients should be informed in writing of the research findings and offered a procedure for microchip removal, and (3) Policy makers should reverse all animal microchipping mandates.”