Insurance/Costs from 1999
- Is there a law in Pennsylvania that insurance companies are supposed to cover diabetes supplies? (28 Oct 1999)
- My HMO has dropped Glucagon Emergency Kits from its formulary. (6 Aug 1999)
- What can be done to make insurance companies cover the cost of insulin pens? (27 Jun 1999)
- A boy in our community has brittle diabetes. His family has expressed an interest in aquiring an insulin pump. (9 Mar 1999)
- He wants a pump, but the HMO company doesn't see a point in it. (27 Feb 1999)
- Our is about to turn 23 and my husband's health insurance has notified us that her coverage will be discontinued. (6 Feb 1999)
- 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)
- Someone told about camps where there are other kids with diabetes but they are too expensive. (6 Jan 1999)
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