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Insurance/Costs from 1999

  1. Is there a law in Pennsylvania that insurance companies are supposed to cover diabetes supplies? (28 Oct 1999)
  2. My HMO has dropped Glucagon Emergency Kits from its formulary. (6 Aug 1999)
  3. What can be done to make insurance companies cover the cost of insulin pens? (27 Jun 1999)
  4. A boy in our community has brittle diabetes. His family has expressed an interest in aquiring an insulin pump. (9 Mar 1999)
  5. He wants a pump, but the HMO company doesn't see a point in it. (27 Feb 1999)
  6. Our is about to turn 23 and my husband's health insurance has notified us that her coverage will be discontinued. (6 Feb 1999)
  7. I have a six year old son that the doctors think he has diabetes. Since I have no insurance, I am not able to go. (25 Jan 1999)
  8. Someone told about camps where there are other kids with diabetes but they are too expensive. (6 Jan 1999)

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