We are grateful to be insured and to have access to affordable insulin.
If you are uninsured, underinsured or struggling to pay for insulin... there are programs that can help.
from Eli Lilly - If you have no insurance, Medicare Part D, or are underuninsured, and would like more facts about Lilly’s patient assistance programs - More info on their website.
from Novo Nordisk - The Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program (PAP) is our continued commitment to people living with diabetes and the Novo Nordisk Triple Bottom Line. The Diabetes PAP provides free medicine to those who qualify. If approved, a free 120-day supply of medicine will be sent to the prescribing health care providers’ office to be picked up at the patient's convenience. Novo Nordisk will automatically contact the health care provider prior to your next refill to approve the medication reorder. More info on their website.
from Sanofi - Our passion is to improve access to medicines and healthcare. Patients are our number one priority, and to meet their needs more efficiently, Sanofi US offers an integrated patient support program titled Sanofi Patient Connection (SPC). More info on their website.
If you have more or different links please contact me and I will add them to this list. Thank you!
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