A new study from research from GoodRx finds that the average out-of-pocket cost for diabetes medications has increased by nearly 130% since 2018. Those taking the newest, most modern medications are feeling the increase the most.

Patients are now expected to pay over $30 to fill their diabetes prescription out of pocket, which is up from $13 in 2018. While there are some generic diabetes medications available on the market, they aren't accessible to everyone.

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