A New Tool For Drug Delivery From Scientists In Texas03:33
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University of Texas at San Antonio engineers are working on a drug delivery device the size of the head of a pen. (Wendy Rigby/Texas Public Radio)
University of Texas at San Antonio engineers are working on a drug delivery device the size of the head of a pen. (Wendy Rigby/Texas Public Radio)
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Scientists at the University of Texas at San Antonio are working on a tiny implant that can deliver medications to patients who require daily treatments. The device is made with a 3-D printer and they're hoping the invention will be a game changer.

Wendy Rigby (@TPRWendy) of Here & Now contributor Texas Public Radio reports.

This segment aired on January 16, 2017.

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