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Biohackers Are Implanting Everything From Magnets to Sex Toys

The human augmentation market may grow tenfold, to $2.3 billion, by 2025.

Digiwell’s chips cost $40 to $250, plus $30 for implanting them. Photo: Adam Berry/AFP/Getty Images

By Stefan Nicola

Patrick Kramer sticks a needle into a customer’s hand and injects a microchip the size of a grain of rice under the skin. “You’re now a cyborg,” he says after plastering a Band-Aid on the small…

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