I have type 2 diabetes and I spent 300.00 or more for these medications. I have no medical insurance to cover them for the insurance is to high for me to pay. I was told that I can go direct to the companies that make them (metformin, phenterimin,lantus, and humalog, please give me some help with this problem. Candice
I can think of some but this may not help I just want to try... have you checked about clinics or low cost doctors once inside it might not help but explain that you have no insurance ask about samples, that is what they get them for also if you can have your pharmacy come up with the drug companies that manufacture your medications you would have to submit information regarding income etc but they give assistance to people who cannot afford their medications, have you talked with people at the local hospital perhaps a social worker who could point you in the right direction, I would guess you can't afford medicine what about food? ask about Churches also trustee of your state these are just a few ideas I hope in some small way I have given you a place to start
Some pharmacies offer common generic diabetes medicines for free. I get my Glimepiride (generic Amaryl) and Metformin (generic Glucophage) free from Giant Eagle supermarket in Ohio. You could check with your local drug store and supermarket pharmacies and see if they have a program like this.
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