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COVID-19 Patients May Be Developing Symptoms Of Diabetes After Infection

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According to new research being pursued by scientists, the coronavirus could be harming vital cells in the pancreas and leaving people with diabetes.

There have been several cases now of COVID-19 patients developing symptoms of diabetes after infection which has many scientists questioning whether COVID-19 could be the trigger. Early findings suggest that the coronavirus could also be prompting the pancreas to self-destruct

Accoding to zyite.com, one theory was that the body could be confusing pancreas cells for the coronavirus, and trying to destroy them. This would disrupt insulin supply and cause diabetes, the scientists thought.

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