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Ozempic is a GLP 1 drug with the active ingredient semaglutide, which is prescribed to patients in the form of a weekly injection.

A study showed that a weekly injection of semaglutide reduced the risk of death from chronic kidney disease as well as heart disease in patients with type II diabetes by 24% .

The study, called FLOW, began in 2019 and included about 3,500 patients with type II diabetes and moderate to severe chronic kidney disease.

Participants received 1 milligram (mg) of semaglutide once weekly in addition to standard treatment.

“The positive results of the FLOW study suggest that semaglutide may be a first-line GLP-1 treatment option for people living with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease,” said Martin Holst Lange, Head of Development at Novo Nordisk .

Another study showed that Ozempic helps improve the condition of the liver in people with HIV .

A weekly injection of semaglutide reduced the amount of fat in the liver of study participants by 31%.

This is the first study to show the effects of semaglutide in HIV-infected patients with metabolic dysfunction associated with fatty liver disease (MASLD). Clinical trials were funded by the National Institutes of Health. As a reminder, the drug Ozempic helps the pancreas produce more insulin and helps lower blood sugar. Its primary purpose is the treatment of diabetes and obesity.

However, scientists have evidence that such drugs can have medical benefits in other conditions as well.

Ozempic is currently approved by the US regulator to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes, in addition to diet and exercise.

It has also been approved for use to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke or death in people with diabetes or heart disease.

Previously, scientists decided to investigate whether such drugs (Ozempic and Wegovy in particular) contribute to the appearance of suicidal thoughts .


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