Wednesday, September 12

Diabetic Assistance for the Uninsured

It’s alarming that about 21 million people in the US are without insurance to help them cope with their diabetes. With the need for daily dosages of insulin and such medicine, it is a costly disease to live with. Like a friend of mine who has been a diabetic for years, the amount spent on medicines he had spent on had jeopardized his financial health since he was uninsured.

It’s great then that such a company now offers diabetic supplies online especially for diabetics who aren’t insured. Expect then to be able to purchase top quality branded diabetic supplies like this Freestyle Diabetic Strips plus a lot more and even over the counter pharmacy items at prices 30% to 60% cheaper then retail prices. I’m sure you’d find something on the site or maybe even everything that you need to help you ease your discomfort as a diabetic.

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