Only 11 states have a higher percentage of adults 18 or older with diagnosed diabetes than Indiana’s 11.2%, according to White House data released Thursday. That makes Eli Lilly and Company’s decision to lower the cost of insulin by 70% and cap what patients pay out-of-pocket for insulin at $35 all the more important Back Home, where 589,469 Hoosiers are suffering from the disease, a major contributor to the overall ill health of the Indiana populace.