WHO Launches First-ever Insulin Prequalification Programme to Expand Access to Life-saving Treatment for Diabetes
The World Health Organization (WHO) today announced the start of a pilot programme to prequalify human…
“I would only inject a little bit of the prescription so that we could reserve it for another day until we got some money.”
In 2014, Viola received a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. This form of the disease means the body can’t make insulin, so a daily insulin replacement is vital. Without insulin, Viola will become severely unwell and possibly die within days.
Source: Doctors without Borders