How do you usually obtain your insulin?
Local discount store (e.g., Wal-Mart)
Mail order or online pharmacy to save money
Mail order or online pharmacy for convenience
Mail order or online pharmacy because my insurance makes me use it
I don't use insulin
Total votes: 369
How do you usually obtain your insulin?Poll dates: February 11 - 18, 2009
Total Votes: 369
Amost two-thirds of CWD visitors report obtaining insulin from a local store -- 59% from a local pharmacy, and 6% from a local discount store such as Wal-Mart, essentially the same as in previous years (see table below). Of the remaining visitors, 29% report using a mail order or online pharmacy to obtain their insulin. For those who use mail order:
- 45% (50/111) use mail order to save money
- 18% (20/111) use mail order for convenience
- 37% (41/111) use mail order because their insurance makes them
This table summarizes how people have responded to this poll over the past several years:
Last Updated: Wednesday February 18, 2009 14:20:12
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