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Maker of Lantus Insulin Announces It Will Exit Diabetes Research

French drugmaker, Sanofi SA announced on Tuesday that will stop pouring in money to research diabetes and cardiovascular (DCV). The news came from …

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Moved Overseas For School, Stayed For Insulin

By: Shefali Luthra, Kaiser Health News KHN correspondent Shefali Luthra reported this story from Germany as a 2019 Arthur F. Burns Fellow. Every now …

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Novo Nordisk Launches New Insulin Affordability Options in the U.S.

Novo Nordisk announced it will expand the company’s insulin affordability offering in the U.S. beginning on January 2, 2020. The news comes at …

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Health Insurer Introduces Insulin Cost Relief Program in North Dakota

A Minnesota based health insurer, Medica, announced today it will expand its cap on the maximum amount members in North Dakota will pay for their …

Insulin Price Reduction Act Introduced by the Senate Diabetes Caucus

Bipartisan senators introduced the Insulin Price Reduction Act in the United States Senate earlier this week. If approved, the legislation would …

Colorado Becomes First State to Limit the Price of Insulin

Colorado became the first state in the nation to pass legislation combating the increasing price of insulin. The prices, for some, are so high they …

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Cigna; Express Scripts Announce Program to Cap Insulin Cost to $25/Month

Cigna and Express Scripts announced today the launch of a new program which will ensure eligible people with diabetes in participating plans pay no …

Diabetes Advocates Visit Law Makers at U.S. Capitol at Annual “Call to Congress”

Last week, the American Diabetes Association® (ADA), along with hundreds of people living with diabetes and advocates met with members of Congress …

Congress Wades Into Emotional Debate Over High-Cost Prescription Drugs

By: Emmarie Huetteman and Rachel Bluth, Kaiser Health News Senators railed against pharmaceutical executives last Tuesday for declining to testify …

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Sky-rocketing Insulin Prices Prompt New Movement Across the U.S.

More than 7 million Americans are insulin dependent. And recent findings show that 1-in-4 Americans are rationing their insulin, a dangerous way …

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