HIV sufferers more aware of life insurance options

Thomas, Paul
May 2013
Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);5/7/20123, p2
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a survey by medical financial adviser Unusual Risks which revealed that almost four in five HIV-positive sufferers in Great Britain are aware of the availability of HIV+ life assurance products.


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