According to new data from the CDC, more than 13 percent of adults don’t take their insulin as prescribed because it’s too expensive and 25% ask for a cheaper version. One mother describes how her son died after changing his medication because he couldn’t afford it, even with insurance. Now states are considering laws to rein in prices.

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