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Those who recovered from COVID-19 increased the risk of developing diabetes

Despite the fact that COVID-19 has been with us for about two years, scientists continue to make fresh discoveries related to its effect on the human body.

So, doctors from Germany say that patients who have recovered from coronavirus are more at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In order to come to this conclusion, experts analyzed data on 8.8 million patients. They were under medical observation until July 2021.

Scientists have found that the human pancreas can be a target for SARS-CoV-2. After a person becomes infected with the disease, their glucose-stimulated secretion of insulin in beta cells decreases. Moreover, some patients developed insulin resistance and increased blood glucose levels.

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