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Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk: More Empty Promises

Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk: More Empty Promises

Outrage at soaring insulin prices in the USA has been increasing. More patients and families are speaking out against unaffordable costs for life-saving medication than ever before. In response, two of the 'Big Three' insulin makers (who control over 90% of the insulin market) have recently made moves to combat this anger. Read more

Pharmadness: Your Chance to be a Pharma Company CEO

Pharmadness: Your Chance to be a Pharma Company CEO

Last month the Missing Medicines campaign, of which T1International is proudly a member, launched a new interactive game to illustrate the problems with the global research and development model. This experience is something that everyone should a few minutes to try. Read more

T1International Statement on ADA Insulin Price Petition

T1International Statement on ADA Insulin Price Petition

It is fantastic to see a large diabetes organization speaking out in this way. However, we feel that the ADA’s language around the call for price transparency does not go far enough. Read more

Sign the Type 1 Diabetes Access Charter

Sign the Type 1 Diabetes Access Charter

T1International is advocating for insulin and other vital diabetes supplies to be made available for everyone with diabetes through their Type 1 Diabetes Access Charter. Read more

T1International in Kenya: Part 3

T1International in Kenya: Part 3

T1International recently had the opportunity to visit Kenya, and spent some time with our type 1 Global Advocate, Mbolonzi, who runs a non-profit called Diabetes Awareness Prevention and Management Kenya (DAPMK). We were lucky to join their meet up for people with diabetes. Read more

T1International in Kenya: Part 2

T1International in Kenya: Part 2

T1International went to Kenya to support an NCD Child advocacy workshop there. While in Eldoret, we visited the diabetes clinic and then headed to Nairobi. This is part 2 of our series of blog posts from the visit. Read more

T1International in Kenya: Part 1

T1International in Kenya: Part 1

T1International had the opportunity to visit Kenya and went on a clinic visit to Moi University Teaching Hospital in Eldoret. Read more

‘‘It would be cheaper for me to die’’

‘‘It would be cheaper for me to die’’

Since sharing our initial survey data about out-of-pocket costs for insulin and diabetes supplies, we have received even more responses. With an overwhelming number of USA respondents, our survey has collected comment after comment about the outrageous costs faced by Americans who must contend with this financial burden... Read more

Exorbitant Diabetes Costs Must be Addressed

Exorbitant Diabetes Costs Must be Addressed

The WHO has chosen ‘beat diabetes’ as the theme for World Health Day this year, ignoring those who cannot afford or obtain their vital and essential medicines. The theme is insensitive and ignorant to those living with diabetes whose lives are most in jeopardy... Read more

T1International Year in Review: 2015

T1International Year in Review: 2015

A lot has happened in the past year, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the summary with you. We’ve split it into sections so you can skip to what most interests you, but we recommend reading it all! Read more