New Insulin Reform Gives a Shot in the Arm to the Health of Black Americans
COVID-19 has gripped national headlines for months. But long before the U.S. outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the country was battling another deadly epidemic: diabetes.
One of the leading causes of death in the United States, the disease claims the lives of more than 83,000 Americans each year. And -- much like the COVID-19 -- diabetes disproportionately impacts people of color.
That’s why it’s so encouraging that the Trump administration will soon make it easier for millions of diabetic Americans to manage their health. A recent proposal would cap the amount of money that Medicare beneficiaries pay out-of-pocket for insulin at $35.
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