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Faced with soaring costs and insurance restrictions, Minnesota diabetics are turning to Facebook, eBay, Craigslist and other lesser-known markets where they can offer medication they no longer need and ask others for help.
The state could remove limits to getting effective drug under Medicaid.
The decision reverses a move by federal Medicare authorities to cut billions of dollars in payments supporting hospital care for low-income patients.
Some have the virus and don't know it, others have the diagnosis but aren't getting care.
In a ruling that is ruffling feathers in Minnesota's medical and legal communities, the state Supreme Court has said that a doctor can be sued for malpractice even in the absence of a traditional physician-patient relationship.
Diabetes activists head to Canada to snare affordable medicine and supplies.
Colleran went on to advocate for treatment programs for older adults and hold leadership positions at some of the nation's most prominent addiction treatment organizations.
Minnesota so far has escaped measles infections at a time when the country has seen more than 700 cases, the highest number in the past 25 years. But health officials here know that the seeds of an outbreak could be just a plane ride away.
Amid opioid crisis, many rural areas lack providers of updated drug therapy.
After federal cuts, money for MinnesotaCare will be $900 million short in 2023.