Long-Term Analysis Examines Global Funding For HIV/AIDS

AJMC.com: Long-Term Analysis Highlights Half Trillion Dollars Spent on HIV/AIDS
“Between 2000 and 2015, $562.6 billion was spent on HIV/AIDS, with most spending occurring in high-income and upper-income countries and out-of-pocket spending accounting for less than 10 percent, according to the first long-term, comprehensive analysis of funding for the disease…” (Rosenberg, 4/25).

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