Aids's Economic Toll Is Staggering, Too
The global economic impact of the AIDS epidemic could be as staggering as its toll on human lives. A new study by forecaster DRI/McGraw-Hill estimates that by the year 2000, soaring AIDS-related medical expenses and lost productivity across the world could cost as much as $500 billion annually. That's as if an economy the size of Mexico's just disappeared.
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