From the United Kingdom:
I am 25, have had diabetes for 15 years, and have recently gotten a job in Rome, Italy. How does the healthcare system for people with diabetes work in Italy?
As a matter of fact, assistance for people with diabetes belonging to the EU is dispensed free of any charge through the Italian NHS. This includes: outpatient clinics or diabetes centers for visits, insulin, and related materials (meters, strips, syringes, needles, pens, etc). This network is efficient and scattered across the whole country.
Original posting 19 Apr 2001
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