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It is said that vaccination has saved millions from diabetes

It is said that vaccination has saved millions from diabetes

sThere has long been clear evidence that persistent Covid-19 infection has significantly increased the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in a large proportion of the population. In other words: many victims of the pandemic now have to inject insulin, and their pancreas have been seriously damaged. On the contrary, the first national disease study by a British research consortium now indicates that complete vaccination has prevented long-term organ damage in the pancreas in several subjects.

Joachim Müller-Jung

Field Editor, responsible for the ‘Nature and Science’ section.

This reduces the risk by 30 to 50 percent for more than a year. The study findings are summarized in a preliminary publication that has not yet been independently reviewed Medicine platform “medRxiv”.

Combined with some findings from Long-Covid research, this is perhaps the most convincing empirical evidence yet of how systemic attacks of Sars-CoV-2 in the body can destroy the health of permanently unprotected infected people. This makes it clear again: Not only does vaccination protection refer to severe respiratory disease, it can protect many people from systemic consequences over a longer period of time.

The study data comes from disease data recorded electronically in British databases. In total, more than fifteen million British citizens were registered with a diagnosis of Covid-19 between early 2020 and late 2021. Of these, more than 11.8 million have been vaccinated, and around 2.8 million remain unvaccinated up to that time. The risk of developing diabetes after contracting the confirmed coronavirus before vaccination was introduced was compared to the time from June 2021, when many had already received the full vaccination.

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It has been shown that infection with the Covid-19 virus before the introduction of the vaccine increased the incidence of type 2 diabetes threefold, on average. Many are still at risk of developing diabetes months after beating the infection, albeit to varying degrees. A year later, compared to uninfected people, the risk was still twice as high among severely ill Covid patients who were treated in clinics, but it was also 10 per cent higher among Covid 19 patients with mild courses.