Cambridge, MA. Nov. 16, 2018. Protester gathered at the Cambridge offices of drug giant Sanofi to protest the high price of insulin which the company manufactures. Two mothers tried to deliver the ashes of their two diabetic children who the women said died while rationing the drug to save money after losing their health insurance. Antroinette Worsham of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Nicole Smith-Holt from Richfield, Minn., were joined by about 75 protesters. According to the Brookline-based Right Care Alliance, a patient advocacy coalition that organized the protest, Paris-based Sanofi is one of three insulin manufacturers that in recent years have marked up prices by as much as 5,000 percent. The protesters stayed across the street while the two mothers attempted to walk through the Memorial Drive parking lot with small containers holding the ashes, but company security officials ordered them off the property, said Aaron Toleos, a spokesman for Right Care. Toleos said police on the scene told the women that “if you choose not to leave, you will be arrested.” © 2018 Marilyn Humphries