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I now live in Florida, have my green card and health insurance. I am a type one diabetic and until now have only been seen by my doctors back in the UK. Now I have my green card and we are settled here I need to get to grips with the US system. Are there any other diabetic members on this site who can give me some advice and guidance as I am feeling really lost after just one day talking to my insurers.
 

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I now live in Florida, have my green card and health insurance. I am a type one diabetic and until now have only been seen by my doctors back in the UK. Now I have my green card and we are settled here I need to get to grips with the US system. Are there any other diabetic members on this site who can give me some advice and guidance as I am feeling really lost after just one day talking to my insurers.
You'll often find Canadian pharmacies are cheaper than your co-pay. The law is grey: it's not allowed but nobody stops you using them.
 
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