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As HIV infection is communicable through unprotected sex, in, infected blood and fomites that carries blood, it requires mode of transmission to spread of disease. Being diabetic or non-diabetic are is equally susceptible, if they have high-risk behaviour. Being diabetic by no means has a chance to develop HIV by its own.
But sharing insulin needle and syringes with other has a greater risk of HIV transmission.
It was found that HIV positive persons have more chances of developing diabetes but not vise versa.
Hope this will be useful to you.
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