Consider NPH and Regular Insulin INSTEAD of Insulin Analogs

We're getting questions about how regular or NPH insulin compares to insulin analogs in type 2 diabetes...especially when cost is a concern.

Most analogs (Humalog, Lantus, etc) are about $250/vial...compared to as little as $25 for regular or NPH which patients can get without an Rx.

Insulin analogs are often perceived as being "better" than regular or NPH because they more closely mimic physiologic insulin secretion.

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