Since then treatment and knowledge of HIV has improved and so has the attitude of the insurance industry, albeit slowly. Why not be the first to send us your thoughts, or debate this issue live on our message boards. Search for HIV services across the world Find contact details for over key organisations in more than countries. The ABI has produced a guide for gay men that spells out what they can expect when they apply for life or health insurance products. Three steps to boost your application What next for mortgage rates: They were asked to take out life insurance on their new mortgage by their bank but were intimidated by the HIV questions on their application form and asked Unusual Risks to act as intermediaries. Supporting sexual health and relationships for people with learning disabilities 18 December In relationships, sex and sexual health, people with disabilities often face
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Life insurance policies taken out before an HIV-positive diagnosis. No comments have so far been submitted. If we are unable to resolve an issue to your satisfaction, you may be able to refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service. A carrier pigeon would've been quicker! A serodiscordant heterosexual couple where the woman 32 had had HIV diagnosed for six years, with a CD4 count of and an undetectable viral load on treatment. Halifax refused to pay out on our contents insurance when burglars took mum's antique jewellery I didn't know that you can't take rupees to India, so what is the best way to avoid being ripped off when exchanging currency there? Whichever housing survey you scrutinise or estate agent you speak to, the signals are all over the place.
It also looked at HIV statistics and claims data and researched ways that life insurance could be offered to people with HIV. Treatment guidelines Starting treatment Side-effects Adherence Drug interactions and pharmacokinetics Treatment for women Resistance Changing treatment Treatment interruptions Treatment-experienced people New and experimental HIV treatments Long-acting HIV treatment Treatment simplification strategies Treatment outcomes and life expectancy The search for a cure Bad science and bogus treatments. Insurers move to ease gay fears By Ed Monk for Thisismoney. Now they can not ask directly if an applicant is gay, and cannot draw this conclusion from details about someone's living arrangements, occupation or medical history. By Ed Monk for Thisismoney. Featured Resources Antiretroviral drugs chart A one-page reference guide to the anti-HIV drugs licensed for use in the European Union, with information on formulation, dosing, key side-effects and food restrictions.