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KECI: Specialist warns diabetes is dealing Montana a powerful blow

Figures from the American Diabetes Association and Providence Health Services show diabetes is dealing Montana a powerful blow.

Fox Business: HHS Nominee Oversaw Big Drug Price Increases at Lilly

President Donald Trump said in a tweet Monday that his nominee for secretary of Health and Human Services will be a “star” for his ability to lower drug prices.

Drug Topics: As Diabetes Numbers Rise, Costs Mount

Diabetes treatment has seen sweeping changes in recent years, as more patients are diagnosed, and as the estimated cost to Americans—$245 billion in 2012—continues to rise.

Houma Today: Federal and state probes target rising cost of diabetes drugs

With the price of a crucial diabetes drug skyrocketing, at least five states and a federal prosecutor are demanding information from insulin manufacturers and the pharmaceutical industry’s financial middlemen.

Nuvo: Indiana has a drug (company) problem: Insulin is increasingly inaccessible for those who need it

It is a bright and sunny autumn Saturday afternoon. Across Indiana, people gather on the sidelines of kids’ soccer games and tailgate outside of college football stadiums.

Healthcare Finance: Soaring insulin prices prompt federal and state investigations into drugmakers, pharma

With the price of a crucial diabetes drug skyrocketing, at least five states and a federal prosecutor are demanding information from insulin manufacturers and the pharmaceutical industry’s financial middlemen.

WJTV 12: Diabetes supply cost puts strain on patients and companies

Experts say increasing diabetes supply cost is putting a strain on patients and companies.

News Press Now: Insulin costs burdening patients

Ever-increasing costs for lifesaving insulin are starting to fuel desperation among at least a portion of those with Type-1 diabetes.

WWLP 22 News: The high price of staying alive

The EpiPen isn’t the only drug that’s seen a massive price hike in recent months.

New Jersey 101.5: ‘It is crippling’ — NJ diabetics struggling to afford insulin

Debbie Remsen and her husband both have decent-paying jobs, and her insurance plan through work is no worse than the plans of most New Jersey residents.

Newsday: Insulin illustrates health care woes

In 1923, the three inventors of insulin sold the patent to the University of Toronto for $1 each.