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Understanding the Viatical Settlement

Viatical settlements, or accelerated death benefits, were controversial products developed in the 1980s following publicity for the AIDS epidemic. There were touted as a means for terminally ill patients to get money from life insurance policies to pay for medical treatment or other "bucket list" activities. Others viewed them as opportunistic and unethical.

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