Where can I get free insulin?

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  • Gary B
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    1 decade ago
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    You should contact the manufacturing companies directly. Most pharmaceutical companies have programs to supply low-cost or free medications to people in financial need.

    Ask your doctor to talk with the company's Representative when he visits the doctor office, or contact the company directly through the internet

    The Number One manufacturer of insulin is Eli Lilly.

    The Number Two is NorvoDisk.

    Lantus is made by Aventis.

    You can look the companies up on the internet.

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  • 1 decade ago

    alot of the pharmaceutical companies have patient assistance programs . I have heard of some ppl using them but you have to have a certain income to qualify . I know i tried and my husband make a dollar too much for us to qualify and the forms were very complicated . so my solution was to go to a wal mart and buy the reli on insulin and there syringes . It is a temporary solution to the problem . good luck . hey jill b i want to know where you live so I can move there and get my insulin for free . Yeah right !

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I know Lilly has a free insulin program.

    http://www.lillycares.com/index.jsp

    I'm not sure about the other insulin manufacturers.

    Also check around and see if your area has a free clinic. Sometimes they are not well known, since they can't really spend money on advertising. I know Cleveland has one, if you live nearby.

  • 1 decade ago

    Insulin is free to all diabetics.

    • Susan4 years agoReport

      Explain where it is free and how to get it

  • 1 decade ago

    If you are diabetic you and can't get Insulin you can check with your MD and see if they have samples, or call the pharmaceutical co. and see if they can help some do of you can't afford it. also try the american diabetic association and they might be able to help

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  • 4 years ago

    Diabetics can eat anything a non-diabetic can eat. You just have to make an adjustment for carbs/sugars. Learn here https://tr.im/2Wm3f

    It is better for diabetics to eat slow burning carbs: potatoes, peanut butter, vegetables, breads, dairy products, etc. VS. fast burning carbs: candy, sugared soda, cakes, ice cream, anything high in sugar. Just know what your carb/insulin ratios (how much insulin you have to give yourself for the amount of carbs you are intaking) are. Adjust according to the amount of carbs(sugars) you are intaking. And, you should be fine. Natural sugars are better than processed sugars.

  • 3 years ago

    Norvodisk

  • 4 years ago

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