Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) March 13, 2006
6995Diabetes.com (http://www.6995diabetes.com) was recently launched to address the monthly testing needs of uninsured and underinsured diabetics. Studies estimate that 45 million Americans are now uninsured and 10s of millions fall under the category of underinsured. 6995Diabetes.com has responded to these escalating numbers by offering monthly diabetes testing supply kits for $69.95 each, a reduced rate now available to customers regardless of insurance status. 6995Diabetes.com expects to play a significant role in assisting diabetes patients nationwide.
The online company leveraged its relationship with sister website FIFTY50Pharmacy.com to create the monthly testing supply kit. Those who have no insurance or whose testing supplies are not fully covered by their insurance will benefit from the online deal. “We wanted to take advantage of not only our ability to offer lower prices on our name brand products but also to harness the power of the internet which allows people easy online access to ordering 24 hours a day,” said Rick Lynch, President of the FIFTY 50 Pharmacy division.
The kit, which includes a free testing meter with the initial purchase, consists of a month’s worth of test strips, alcohol swabs, lancets, glucose tabs and syringes. The $69.95 price tag includes shipping. Lynch added, “By combining these aspects along with the quality of the products in the kit, we feel our offer provides a legitimate price sensitive alternative to the other choices Diabetics with limited or no insurance have available to them.”
6995Diabetes has made individual supplies available online to supplement people’s needs. In addition to affordable diabetes testing products, the company endeavors to educate website visitors about diabetes testing and related topics through the 6995Diabetes.com newsletter, news feeds, and posted articles which are regularly updated on their website.
For more information or a list of discount products, visit the store online at http://www.6995Diabetes.com.
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