Cigna lowers insulin price to $25 per month

Under pressure from patients and the FDA, Cigna (NYSE:CI) and Express Scripts said today that they will lower the price of insulin to $25 per month for some patients.

Three firms — Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk and Sanofi — control 90% of the global insulin market and produce all the insulin used in the U.S. Insulin list prices regularly increase by double digits annually, according to the FDA, which attributed the price hikes to a lack of competition.

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