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Make Insulin Affordable
Insulin Costs $500 a Month. A Bill in Colorado Wants to Change That.
Put a price cap on insulin in Florida
Blue Cross Blue Shield: Stop overcharging for insulin
Price cap on insulin in Pennsylvania
$25 Co-Pay Cap on Insulin in Utah!
California: Insulin For All
Insulin price cap in Georgia
Cap Insulin Cost in CT
About this movement
Across the United States, millions of people have been diagnosed with diabetes. For the men, women, and children living with diabetes, insulin is not an optional medication. Without insulin, their lives are at risk.
Even worse, over the past decade Americans have seen the cost of insulin skyrocket to unaffordable levels, while pharmaceutical companies cash in on billions in record-breaking profits.
People have been forced to make hard decisions between buying necessary insulin or providing for their families. Some diabetics decide to make monthly pilgrimages to other countries in order to buy insulin at lower prices, while others are forced to make dangerous choices like rationing their insulin supply each month. Some have even lost their lives in pursuit of the insulin they need.
Across the country, everyday Americans have had enough. Dozens of petitions are calling on Government, Big Pharma and the Medical community to lower the cost of insulin so that insulin can finally be affordable for all.
Most popular petition starters in this movement
Mesa, United States
Los Angeles, United States
Reach out to decision makers that have not responded. What can you do?
J. B. Pritzker
New Jersey Governor
North Carolina Governor
South Carolina Governor
Eli Lilly and Company CEO