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More than half a million Kentuckians have diabetes and many of them depend on insulin every day just to stay alive.
Angela Lautner developed type 1 diabetes in her early 20s. She has become an advocate for affordability and transparency in the pricing of the life-saving drug.
Imagine needing medicine to stay alive and the cost of that drug becomes unaffordable. That's the situation facing many people living with diabetes today who rely on insulin to live.