HIV medicines and treatments have improved drastically over the years. It is now possible for anyone diagnosed with HIV/AIDS to live longer and healthier with the vast improvements that have taken place and are now available for HIV/AIDs patients.
Unfortunately, with the newer medicines and their remarkable ability to extend the lives of HIV patients, there is a new discovery that is a bit disappointing. According to an article on www.msnbc.com, medicines that are available to extend lives of HIV patients have now been linked to the cause of diabetes.
Many people with HIV develop a dangerous reaction to insulin resistance that lead to diabetes and heart disease. According to Researchers from Washington University School Of Medicine, “The culprit lies in the powerful drugs that prevent the development of AIDS and have extended the lives of many HIV patients, the researchers say. They hope the discovery will allow development of safer antiviral drugs.”
Read More about HIV Medicine being linked to diabetes in HIV patients on MSNBC.com.