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There is always insulin. It can come in pens which are not refrigerated and very convenient. Medicare pays for it and so does insurance. I use NPH for control and R for fluctuations. If controlled well with diet, you will need little insulin. The needles are extremely thin and little feel for it. A pin price is far worse. I have been using this for eight years and having no problems. I was allergic to the pills.
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