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@JordanUhl It’s 30 per pen. It’s still 90 for my monthly Rx. For it to matter, Lantus has to be just as cheap, it’s 75 per pen. What they are doing is trying to get a pat on the back, for not charging 900 for their pens. But if they were really concerned, it would be free to the uninsured.

@innosonvehicles It will cover one pen of Lantus (insulin) for a week.

@Diabetes_Sanofi how does a person access your newly announced $10 co-pay for insulin?

During this unprecedented time, we want people living with #diabetes to know that we have programs they can use to help access their Sanofi medicines. Read more from Gustavo Pesquin, Head of North America General Medicines: bit.ly/2Xlqr8z

@SpeakerPelosi Insulin cash price/vial Humalog $359. Lantus $329 For 1 month. It costs $6 to make. How much of the $676 extortion profit did you get last month? Now math. 676 x 1.7 million. $1,149,200,000/month. x 12 = $13,790,400,000 Extortion profit. Last year. What was your cut?

@MsPackyetti Beats the hell out of paying $300 a month w/o insurance that’s for sure. Lantus users can also visit the manufacturer’s website to sign up for $99 a month fills if they don’t have insurance. Again, a lot better than paying full price

Humalog five pens: $728.95 Lantus five pens: $602.20 Pen tips 180 count: $52.84 These three together: $1383.99 Monthly average minimum wage: $1256.67 How are the majority of diabetics, who don’t have health insurance, or a huge deductible supposed to pay for this?

test Twitter Media - Humalog five pens: $728.95
Lantus five pens: $602.20
Pen tips 180 count: $52.84
These three together: $1383.99
Monthly average minimum wage: $1256.67

How are the majority of diabetics, who don’t have health insurance, or a huge deductible supposed to pay for this? https://t.co/E4ZRwYwzD9
test Twitter Media - Humalog five pens: $728.95
Lantus five pens: $602.20
Pen tips 180 count: $52.84
These three together: $1383.99
Monthly average minimum wage: $1256.67

How are the majority of diabetics, who don’t have health insurance, or a huge deductible supposed to pay for this? https://t.co/E4ZRwYwzD9
test Twitter Media - Humalog five pens: $728.95
Lantus five pens: $602.20
Pen tips 180 count: $52.84
These three together: $1383.99
Monthly average minimum wage: $1256.67

How are the majority of diabetics, who don’t have health insurance, or a huge deductible supposed to pay for this? https://t.co/E4ZRwYwzD9
test Twitter Media - Humalog five pens: $728.95
Lantus five pens: $602.20
Pen tips 180 count: $52.84
These three together: $1383.99
Monthly average minimum wage: $1256.67

How are the majority of diabetics, who don’t have health insurance, or a huge deductible supposed to pay for this? https://t.co/E4ZRwYwzD9

@AOC I get my insulin & Januvia free straight from the manufacturer. It just requires a little work and paperwork. P.S. someone has to pay for free everything and they might get tired of it and it is usually capitalism that pays them.

@thehill Just refilled two types of pens Novolog and Lantus 10 days ago for 90 days and cost was $1050

Once I was able to get my novalog back I had to switch to basalglar instead of lantus. So, I am still currently dealing with the issues of insulin pens that I prefer to use but cannot use due to high prices or insurance not covering the medicine I need to live. It’s ridiculous.