People with Type 1 Spend More on Supplies Than on Insulin
JULY 16, 2020
But a new financial study looking at the broader costs of type 1 diabetes calls into question how effective such measures will truly be in reducing the financial burden of living with this disease. The research from Michigan Medicine, which was published in JAMA last month, looked at the diabetes-related out-of-pocket costs of over 65,000 American type 1 patients, ages 1 to 64, who were enrolled in private insurance. The Importance of Affordable Diabetes Supplies.