Insulin pumps are not available in the US, but the US government is looking at a “significant increase in demand for insulin pumps as the cost of the drug goes up and the market for the drug increases.”
The US is not alone in this effort.
A few other countries are investing in insulin pumps and expect the number of pumps available to increase.
But they are also facing a big challenge: how to deliver the medication and keep people from getting sick.
As it stands, insulin pumps are a piece of hardware that are sold to you for about $150.
But once you have a pump, you can also buy other parts to make the device more robust, which can increase the price of the device.
Insulin pumps can’t be used as a substitute for a person who is diabetic, since the insulin needs to be administered by a doctor.
But the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned that the increased demand for the pump could cause a surge in new cases of diabetes and death.
It’s not clear what the government’s strategy is for how to deal with this situation, but this is certainly an area where the US needs to step up.
More to come.