FIGURE 2-3 Even with male circumcision and the transmission-reducing effects of treatment, increased donor support for treatment leads to 22 million on treatment at an annual cost of about $15 billion in 2020, but the numbers living with HIV/AIDS begin to decline in 2030.

FIGURE 2-3

Even with male circumcision and the transmission-reducing effects of treatment, increased donor support for treatment leads to 22 million on treatment at an annual cost of about $15 billion in 2020, but the numbers living with HIV/AIDS begin to decline in 2030.

SOURCE: Committee calculations using data from UNAIDS (2008).

NOTE: Pub HE stands for public health expenditure and Total HE stands for total health expenditure.

From: 2, The Future Impact of Current Decisions

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Preparing for the Future of HIV/AIDS in Africa: A Shared Responsibility.
Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Envisioning a Strategy for the Long-Term Burden of HIV/AIDS: African Needs and U.S. Interests.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2011.
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