Adalyn Watts

Atlanta, GA

“I have diabetes and use insulin. When my pre-filled syringes became too expensive, I switched to buying bottles and filling the syringes myself. But those still cost $100 a bottle. I am on Medicare and Social Security.  Social Security is my only income source.  I get too much money to qualify for Medicaid, but I cannot afford $100 insulin plus some other lower cost medications and still buy food and pay rent.”

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