Access to Insulin

Mylan Patient Assistance Programs

Mylan currently manufactures Semglee™ Copay Program At this time, the only patient assistance available for Semglee insulin is a copay savings card. Eligibility You must have a valid prescription for

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Sanofi Patient Assistance Programs

Sanofi manufacturers the following insulin products: Toujeo® Lantus® Apidra® Admelog® Sanofi Patient Connection (PAP) Sanofi offers a year round patient assistance program that offers the following medications free of cost

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“Generic” Humalog & Novolog

Background Due to pressure from activists, Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk both released “non-branded” versions of Humalog and Novolog, respectively. Insulin Lispro (Humalog) and Insulin Aspart (Novolog) are “generic options”.

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Information by Insulin

Information by Insulin The following table presents information by insulin for common insulins with links to other resources on the Mutual Aid Diabetes site. For urgent insulin support resources (less

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Eli Lilly Patient Assistance Programs

Eli Lilly manufactures the following diabetes medications: Basaglar® Humalog® Humulin® Humulin N® Humulin R® Lyumjev® Trulicity® Baqsimi® Glucagon®  Lilly Insulin Value Program Eli Lilly is currently offering a $35 savings

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Pharmacy Discount Programs

GoodRX GoodRX is a prescription savings platform that can help you find the best price for your medication by searching for coupons and savings cards and also finding which pharmacy near

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Prescription Refills

Hey Doctor Hey Doctor is a telehealth app that is able to provide short term diabetes medication prescription refills for $29 without insurance in the following states:  AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA, IL,

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Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Programs

Novo Nordisk manufactures the following insulins: Novolog®  Fiasp® Levemir®  Tresiba®  Novolin N® Novolin R® Novolin® 70/30  NovoLog® Mix 70/30 Ozempic® Victoza® Xultophy® If you are using any of these insulins or diabetes

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