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Why Buy Insulin Online From Canada?
Insulin Outlet was established to provide diabetics an option, to counter the increasing prices of insulin in the United States. We believe medicine should be affordable for anyone and everyone!
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We price match! If you are able to find cheaper Canadian insulin online (that is located in Canada and ships to the United States), let us know and we will match it!
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Ordering Canadian insulin may be unfamiliar to many American diabetics. We are here to make it as easy as possible for you, as you are able to order your medication online, over the phone and by fax.
Your order will be expressed shipped in temperature-sensitive packaging from Manitoba, Canada. All orders are processed within 1 business day and are kept insulated with medical-grade ice packs. This ensures your medication will not be altered as it reaches your doorstep!
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