By Winnie Yu
Affording proper health care can be a challenge. "We know that people with diabetes take a substantial regimen of prescription drugs, and many medications are falling through the cracks because cost is too high and they don't have health insurance," says Gabriel Levitt, vice president of PharmacyChecker.com, a company that verifies online pharmacies.
Be a smart consumer by becoming familiar with the types of pills and injectables you take, the dosages available, and whether there are generic versions. The more you know about your medications, the more likely you are to save money. Here's how you can lower prescription costs, get the meds you need, and maintain your health.
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