PNG diabetic says hospital regularly runs out of life saving insulin

A Papua New Guinea man with type one diabetes says he’s been forced to buy insulin from private sources because of regular shortages at the main hospital. Albert Paschal says without regular doses of insulin he will die, but the Port Moresby General Hospital often tells him they have run out of supplies. He says he is not the only person suffering from diabetes who is in this position.


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