Buying insulin can cost people hundreds of dollars a month and it's not something people can choose not to take.

"They need insulin to live, they cannot go without it so it is a constant burden and responsibility that they have to be able to access insulin," said Campbell Hutton, Vice President of Advocacy at the Juvenile diabetes research fund

For some people it can lead to cutting important pieces of their budget out.

"The price of insulin has skyrocketed in the last decade to the point where people are having to make choices that no one should have to make you know whether they buy groceries for the week or buy insulin," said Hutton.... Read More: WMAR2NEWS