We are retired and cannot afford that. So, how cheap can we get his insulin.
If you live in the US and have Medicare, you are not faced with such high expenses. I suggest you also shop around a bit to drug stores, give them your insurance and see what your actual copay is going to be. Sounds to me you have a non insurance price quoted. Medicare Part D or retirement insurance should cover this, thanks to our new insurance this year. You may be paying under $100 or even less. If not in USA then ask for assistance from local clinics, government projects and so forth. Let us know if you have further questions,
In case you do have Medicare, there is the donut hole that must be covered. That does cost $4500 per year. I have secondary insurance which gets prices down. But one does have to pay that and you can thank congress for it. It was setup in the Bush administration. Nothing has been done since then. I have to pay it too. We put it on a credit card an day it off.
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