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A report by the New York Times showed insurers were regularly denying policies to otherwise healthy men who were taking Truvada, a medication that significantly reduces the probability of HIV transmission. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Financial regulators in New York are investigating allegations that insurance companies have declined customers seeking life, disability or long-term care policies because they were taking medication to protect themselves from HIV.

Jack Craver

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