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@CfanSS13@CBSNews The math on that novolin.100u/ml.10ml bottle.typical dose may be 20u/day.1000u/20u.About 50 day supply for $25.$25/50 days.Thats 50 cents a day.Trouble is everyone wants lantus or that latest stuff that stimulates your own insulin production.what ins you think soc med will give?
@RoKhanna@Myrnastwit Someone in Congress, at least with some common sense!
Congress should have acted Years ago! Actually insulin has increased Exponentially. Recent story shows, France cost $50 for Lantus Insulin; US cost is $280 for same bottle!
Yes, Ppl are dying & Egregious Greed must be stopped!
Meet sitagliptin! Sold under the brand name Januvia, it’s an anti-diabetic medication taken by millions of people every year. About 9 years ago in a landmark study, the process to produce it was overhauled so that it was highly efficient, economical, and environmentally-friendly.
@stopthelies1@CCW9403@realAliTweets Lifesaving Lantus insulin is almost $300 a vial. And if insurance doesn't cover it (if you don't qualify for Obamacare, are self-employed and have a high deductible plan like we do) that's exactly what you pay.
@Brasilmagic Most people just want affordable healthcare and lower cost of daily meds. My diabetic pills are over $400 a month on Medicare. Januvia. Was covered by husbands insurance before he turned 65 and forced to go on Medicare. Huge cost to maintain health.