The Affordable Insulin Project

October 06, 2017

When you don't have prescription insurance, or have a plan with a high copay or high deductible, affordable access to insulin can seem beyond your reach. Although there are several programs that can assist those who need insulin,(either through discount, copay, or patient assistance programs) navigating through these options can often be confusing and frustrating - until now! The Affordable Insulin Project can help you determine what program is best for you!

The Affordable Insulin Project offers tools, resources, and data so that people impacted by today’s rising health care costs can positively influence the affordable access to this life essential drug. 

"We believe that all Americans with diabetes should have affordable access to insulin. We believe that patients must be an integral part of the discussion at every step of the supply chain, from manufacturers and employers to Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers (PBMs) and the government."

We Are Diabetes fully supports the mission and initiatives of The Affordable Insulin Project!

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