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Affording Treatment

Diabetes care can be expensive, from daily supplies to glucose monitoring technology to medications to clinical care visits. The good news is there are a number of ways to afford treatment when living with diabetes, whether you are navigating a health insurance plan or paying out of pocket.

We bring you tips on saving money, navigating private insurance, workplace benefits, and Medicare, in addition to information about discounts on the drugs and devices that you use.

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Sanofi is giving access to a 30-day supply of medicine for those waiting for their Patient Connection program application to be processed Continue Reading »

Learn how you can get affordable insulin without insurance coverage Continue Reading »

mySugr Pro subscription gives users access to blood sugar reports, meal photos, blood sugar reminders, multi-BGM syncing, and more Continue Reading »

If you lost health insurance due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for discounted CGM supplies that last 180 days Continue Reading »

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