If I did need Insulin I would have gone out to all other insulin users as I assume that not all insulin users are broke. I would ask them to join an organization formed to create a company to make and distribute Insulin for the right price (cost of production and distribution plus a profit to save for problems).
Thing is, your life would immediately become a serious of unfortunate misunderstandings with the FDA.
True, but when it comes to black market distribution, the FDA has nowhere near the experience, resources, manpower or budget to deal with the level of underground distro that the DEA has had with street drugs, dealers, cartels, etc.
And the DEA itself is not equipped to handle the optics of busting underground distro of lifesaving medication, so while they certainly would get involved and try to help the FDA, again...optics.
What does the public think of FDA and DEA "cracking down" on seniors and disabled people who are resorting to any means necessary to get the lifesaving medications that they cannot afford in the retail pharma sector.
I do not think news coverage of drug agents and the FDA hauling away people in wheelchairs and the folks who supplied them with their meds will play well in Peoria.
Peoria loves it when the po-po busts crack dealers, but Great Aunt Effie and her supplier going to the pokey because Effie couldn't afford her cancer drugs (or insulin) would cause Peoria to get out the pitchforks and torches.
In fact, it would play about as well as watching police arrest church people for feeding poor people..."without the necessary permits".
In fact, it might even meet with an even chillier reception, because disabled and seniors who need lifesaving meds are viewed even more sympathetically than the homeless.