Physicians across the country are learning to administer a new opioid treatment.
It's an implant — four little sticks that get inserted in a patient's arm, delivering a constant low dose of medication.
Experts say it could be a real game changer for people dependent on opioid addiction medication. But physicians are encountering some challenges in adopting it.
Karen Shakerdge of WXXI in Rochester, New York, reports.
This segment aired on September 1, 2016.