A study in Clinical Infectious Diseases found type 2 diabetes is a more common complication than progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in patients with HIV. Researchers followed 14 patients with HIV and 28 healthy individuals for 16 years and also found those with HIV were more likely than controls to gain more body fat and have more features of insulin resistance.
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