I agree that 1970s insulin isn’t a good fit for everyone but you can’t ask for 1970s pricing on a newer product. I can’t breathe george floyd face mask. I don’t know where the fair profitable but not greedy pricing line is but the original comparison is unrealistic.
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Can you please explain why before we had Obamacare, insulin cost still expensive $128 for one vial of novolog and now it costs $625? Also, while you’re at it, can you also explain why Obamacare costs $2000 in copays before it will cover anything if you’re diabetic? I can’t breathe george floyd face mask. Oh, and please explain why diabetics that make $10 an hour at work, but pay out over 2/3 of their income for life saving medication aren’t automatically able to get assistance or Medicaid? If you’re type 1, meaning that you’re born with diabetes, you have no choice. You either buy the insulin, or you die. Did you know that 1 out of every 5 children are type 1 diabetic? You obviously have no clue. The average cost of insulin is around $450 a month as of 2016. Up from $234 in 2012. The person that invented insulin sold the patent for $1.00 because he wanted everyone to have access. It’s sort of true. Health insurances rates for a family plan in the state of New York increased 150% just after the signing of the ACA. For 20 years prior there were no major increases other than cost of living fluctuations. It’s trickle down math. The doers always pay for the gimmes.