Joe Biden hopes to end "outrageous" insulin prices

Like his predecessor and other prominent US politicians, President Joe Biden has targeted the price for insulin treatments. Having been passed in the House of Representatives, Biden's new bill only needs to find backing in the Senate.

US President Joe Biden | Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Insulin treatment prices in the US have long been targeted by US politicians across party lines.

The latest to join the party is President Joe Biden, who wants to launch initiatives to put a cap on insulin prices. On Monday, he repeated this goal in a tweet, in which he calls prices around USD 1,000 "outrageous" for the vital insulin treatments.

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