How much money does the HIV/AIDS epidemic actually cost us all?

For the 1.05 billion people living in the IMF 37 advanced economies the estimated annual cash cost of the HIV/AIDS epidemic is $66 billion – a cash cost of $63 dollars for every person, each and every year, with absolutely no end in sight to the epidemic.  The next twenty years of HIV/AIDS will cost more than $1.3 trillion in public health cash funding.  In the developing economies, with over 35 million people living with HIV, the long-term social and economic cost of the HIV/AIDS epidemic is unfathomable.