Her New Copay Pushed Insulin Out Of Reach
Hattie is twenty-two, and has type 1 diabetes. When her copay skyrocketed, she had to find another way to get insulin. She received help from others, though it wasn't always legal, and she rationed her insulin. It wasn't enough.
One day she pushed too far...
Diabetes: Even Tougher in the Developing World
In the developed world, most diabetes patients have access to awareness and management resources. But in developing countries, that is often not the case. Diabetes, especially in vulnerable child populations, is an urgent, frightening, life-threatening condition. When access to vital resources is limited at best, children suffer.
Children around the world who have been diagnosed with diabetes deserve the chance to life a healthy life.Can We Provide It? »