AIDS at 30 -- treatable and expensive

05/31/2011 | Washington Post, The

Thirty years after the HIV/AIDS epidemic exploded across the globe, the one-time death sentence is now a manageable chronic illness, but questions persist over the future of treatment and who will fund it. Last year, HIV/AIDS measures cost the world $16 billion dollars -- a figure that is projected to increase to $35 billion a year by 2031.

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