Walmart will launch its own brand of insulin, which the retailing giant says will “alter the entrance and reasonableness” of diabetes medicines.

In a proclamation Tuesday, Walmart said it will offer simple insulin vials and FlexPens for regulating dosages through its ReliOn brand.

The retailer asserts its insulin choices will save clients between 58% to 75% contrasted with marked items.

“We know numerous individuals with diabetes battle to deal with the monetary weight of this condition, and we are centered around aiding by giving reasonable arrangements,” said Dr. Cheryl Pegus, leader VP, Walmart Health and Wellness, in a proclamation.

The ReliOn items will be accessible this week at Walmart drug stores and dispatch in Sam’s Club drug stores one month from now.

The lower-cost insulin is being released by Walmart in response to surging costs for the treatment used for patients with diabetes. According to the Health Care Cost Institute, a non-profit organization which sheds light on health care spending, the average price for an insulin prescription nearly doubled from 2012 ($344) to 2016 ($666).

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Tracey D. Brown, chief executive officer of the American Diabetes Association, said in a statement Tuesday medical costs for treating diabetes are estimated at around $9,601 per person annually.

“We welcome all affordable solutions that make diabetes management more accessible to millions of Americans living with diabetes,” said Brown.