By making life-saving medication widely available and affordable, retailers like Walmart have undoubtedly saved lives and provided financial relieve for numerous patients in dire situations.
Bernie Sanders failed to note that Canadians Frederick Banting and Charles Best invented insulin in the early 1920s. During his stay in Windsor, he might check out a few other realities.
To avoid financial hardship and medical complications, many diabetics have turned to black markets.
Insulin has been available to treat diabetes since 1922, but the first generic insulin was approved just a few weeks ago. Why?
Evidence suggests that competition, not politicians, would provide the best chance to help diabetics obtain their life-prolonging medication.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services has announced that Medicare (that is, taxpayers) will pay for lifestyle-intervention program that prevents type 2 diabetes: In 2011, through funding provided by the Affordable Care Act, CMS awarded the National Council of Young Men’s Christian Associations of the United States of America (Y-USA) more than $11.8...
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The case for liberating physicians from the dictates of third-party payers Of all the people in the healthcare system, none is more central than the physician. As I explain in my book Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, fundamental reform that lowers costs, raises quality, and improves access to care is almost inconceivable without physicians...
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