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Eli Lilly caps out-of-pocket insulin cost at $35 a month

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Drugmaker Eli Lilly has announced it will cap out-of-pocket costs of insulin at $35 a month, bringing relief to millions of Americans and putting the company in line with the Inflation Reduction Act. The move is effective immediately and will be applicable for all patients, regardless of their insurance status.