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At the risk of whistling on the way past the graveyard, I'll mention that
the studies I've read have only found lipoatrophy to occur in females.
One example of this is in the link below (take a look at the p-value
associated with the 10 males in the study NOT having lipo - its stronger
than the clinical trial evidence in favor of using the drug in the first place ... )
I saw that but didnt scroll down far enough. Thanks! I was interested in pictures of the "damage areas". Its hard to tell from those pictures. The womans figure. hard to tell what is normal and what is not!
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