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Insurance/Costs from 2002

  1. This really sucks when I can't make enough money to stay alive. (23 Nov 2002)
  2. How can the insurance company say no to the number of glucose test strips my daughter's doctor says is necessary? (18 Nov 2002)
  3. Can you help us contact the insurance company and argue on behalf of us so that we may continue to use the other meter? (18 Nov 2002)
  4. I have questions about health insurance for my son after my husband graduates from school. (23 Sep 2002)
  5. Is there a organization that will help with the medical bills that were acquired at the time of diagnosis? (9 Sep 2002)
  6. Is there any type of plan I can set in motion now that will guarantee my daughter with health insurance? (28 Aug 2002)
  7. Can you provide information about organizations that provide free classes and monitors for people whose insurance will not them? (22 Aug 2002)
  8. Is there any assistance out there for healthcare coverage? (30 Jul 2002)
  9. Where do parents go for help for adult children who are still dependent on their families for healthcare needs and support? (30 Jul 2002)
  10. I was wondering if Medicaid will cover all of the supplies that my nephew will need. (23 Jun 2002)
  11. Do you know of any resources for insurance companies that offer individual policies covering children with type 1 diabetes? (21 Jun 2002)
  12. My health plan switched brands of insulin to which I had an adverse reaction. My doctor is switching me back, but the health plan is making it stressful. (21 Jun 2002)
  13. My friend, who has diabetes, would like to purchase at life insurance policy but is having a hard time finding a company to insure her. (11 Jun 2002)
  14. I was just wondering if medical insurance covers some of the cost of the insulin pump, and if so how much? (4 Jun 2002)
  15. My son has diabetes, and our insurance company is trying to change our endocrinologist visits per year from four to one. (12 May 2002)
  16. Any suggestion on where I can purchase blood glucose test strips or receive some help with the cost? (23 Mar 2002)
  17. My best friend has diabetes, and we were wondering what the cost of diabetes is to the Australian community. (9 Mar 2002)
  18. I am seeking patient advocacy information relating to people with type 1 diabetes accessing the domestic military health care system. (7 Mar 2002)
  19. Are there any Federal laws that cover the type of insurance plan we are under? (25 Feb 2002)
  20. Is there any health insurance that you know that will insure someone with diabetes? Why is so hard to get health insurance for a person with diabetes? (20 Feb 2002)
  21. I am having many problems, but the physicians that I would like to go to does not take my insurance, and I am depressed because I don't know what else to do. (2 Feb 2002)
  22. Why has the price of Humalog increased so steeply lately? (26 Jan 2002)
  23. If we were to label our son "disabled", are there consequences down the road to being classified as disabled? (19 Jan 2002)
  24. I want to get an insulin pump really badly, but my insurance only covers some of the cost. Is there anything that could help me? (16 Jan 2002)
  25. My wife has type 1 diabetes, and we belong to an HMO which has raised the copayment for blood glucose strips from a flat $10 per prescription to 20% of the cost. (11 Jan 2002)
  26. My husband has type 2 diabetes. Will Medicare pay for his pills? (6 Jan 2002)

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