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Diabetes Care in the Navajo Nation

Care In Navajo Nation

In the Navajo Nation, the prevalence of diabetes has doubled over the span of ten years. Despite efforts, they are still in need of the basic tools and experienced individuals to effectively monitor the disease.

Click to provide much-needed medical supplies.

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Horseback riding. Rock climbing. Overnight hikes. All while learning how to fine-tune their blood sugar control in a well-supervised environment. See how you can help children with type 1 diabetes.
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Help pay for vision-saving medication for an underinsured diabetic patient.

Sometimes insurance just isn't enough when the only medication that gives you hope for keeping your vision requires you to pay thousands of dollars in co-pays or other out-of-pocket costs. Hundreds of patients who are being treated for age-related macular degeneration and diabetic macular edema face this reality every year, choosing between their vision and their family's financial livelihood - a choice the PAN Foundation feels patients should never have to face.

By contributing to the PAN Foundation's Macular Disease Co-Pay Assistance Program, you can help hundreds of patients including patients with diabetes across the US have better financial access to the medications that help them lead healthy, productive lives. Patients are approved for assistance based on proven financial need for their medications, ensuring access the patients who need our help the most.

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