Health startup "Injectr" raises $1.4 million in series A funding for new wireless vaccine technology

PALO ALTO, CA – A new health technology company, Injectr, has just finished its first round of funding and secured $1.4 million from 6 different angel investors for it’s wireless vaccine technology. The technology allows the company to tap into the Big Pharma database and identify anyone who is not vaccinated. The required vaccine(s) are then forcibly administered through their smartphone, tablet or home computer’s wifi signal.

“This is a great step for us in getting this technology to the next stage of development” said company CEO Paul Profitt. “Pretty soon we will be able to raise the vaccination rate in this country to 100%, whether people want the vaccines or not.”

Of course one of the major hurdles to overcome with this technology is identifying those people who cannot be vaccinated for legitimate medical reasons.

“We are working very closely with Big Pharma, the CDC and the FDA to get the medical records of everyone in the country. All three of those organizations have the medical history and DNA of every American citizen, so it’s just a matter of crunching the large data set to get the information we need.”

Profitt believes that with this new injection of money, Injectr will be able to work out all the kinks in the technology and start wirelessly vaccinating American families as early as 2016.

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