Sunday, June 23, 2024

Tag: insulin

International pharmaceutical company announces $35 cap on insulin in the US

The changes, which represent a 70 percent decrease in price, will go into effect at the end of 2023.

‘Time to end the greed’: Sanders vows bill to cap price...

"Insulin manufacturers have shown time and time again that they will put their CEOs' profits over patients' lives."

Warnock hails start of Medicare’s $35 insulin copay cap that ‘will...

"The new $35 copay cap for my insulin will ensure I can afford my insulin for as long as I need it."

‘What the hell is wrong with them’: GOP senators kill $35...

'Republicans told millions of Americans who use insulin to go to hell.'

Another American dies after not being able to afford prescription insulin

“How many more young Type 1 diabetes patients have to die before something finally changes?”

BPA levels ‘deemed safe’ have more health effects new study finds

"These troubling findings should raise alarms at the Food and Drug Administration and ignite renewed efforts to drastically reduce all Americans' exposure to BPA."

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