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Although eligible customers now can purchase insulin for as little as $35 a month, they have had to manually enter coupon information when ordering online. Amazon Pharmacy has changed that. On Tuesday, the online retailer announced that it is introducing automatic coupons to provide instant savings on more than 15 insulin and diabetes care brands.

“It’s not easy to actually figure out how to get that low cost, even though manufacturers and Congress have moved toward that direction,” said Vin Gupta, Amazon Pharmacy’s chief medical officer. “Transparency here is really key.”

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