November is National Diabetes Month

In Nebraska, it costs a diabetic an average of more than $5,000 a year to manage their treatment, the lowest average cost in the country.

A single vial of insulin costs between $300 and $400. 1 of every 10 Nebraskans has diabetes, that’s more than 195,000 Nebraskans.

From 2007 to 2017, Nebraska had a 44% increase diabetes, joining South Dakota and Kansas for the largest increase.

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