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A Separate Story About Hope.
When a world-renowned hospital for HIV treatment and prevention was faced with barriers to patient care, one doctor used his voice to improve the quality of care for its future.
Dr. Moussa Seydi worked at Fann Hospital in Senegal for 15 years before rising to become the Head of Infectious and Tropical Diseases. Unfortunately, over this time, the hospital fell into disrepair due to natural disasters. As a leader, his mission was to restore Fann Hospital with new facilities to match their exemplary standards of care.
Gilead and Dr. Seydi had previously combined efforts as a part of the African Society of Infectious Disease, so when Dr. Seydi reached out about his mission, Gilead swiftly supported the cause with a grant to kickstart his project.
With access to more resources and additional support through capturing the attention of the Senegalese government, Dr. Seydi was able to design a new, state-of-the-art facility.
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Ending the epidemic for everyone, everywhere
Decades of scientific innovation, partnership, and advocacy helped transform HIV from a fatal diagnosis to one that could be managed and prevented. Now, we’ll continue to support the wellness of all people impacted by HIV until the virus is eliminated.
We developed the first HIV single tablet regimen and the first oral therapy to prevent HIV, but we’re still researching new strategies.
Advancing equitable care
We’ve forged partnerships to expand access to our life-saving medicines and continue to help facilitate treatment options.
Pervasive prejudice perpetuates stigma surrounding HIV. We’re working closely with communities to fight discrimination.
Gilead’s commitment to ending the epidemic
Where we’ve been
Gilead created the first single-tablet HIV treatment and the first medicines to reduce the risk of infection.1 Gilead is proud to be recognized as the largest private funder of non-profit HIV programs in the U.S., and third largest in the world to date.2
Where we are
We’ve been teaming up with organizations to improve care globally. We’ve launched initiatives like COMPASS, RADIAN®, and Zeroing In™, while growing existing programs like AIDSVu. We are even raising awareness of HIV in Japan with a comic book.
Where we’re headed
We are adapting our approach to HIV treatment and prevention to better support people and communities impacted by the disease. We’re also continuing to fight to end the HIV epidemic, with the goal of achieving a functional cure for HIV.
Every year Gilead takes part in the conversation at the forefront of HIV treatment and prevention. This year we will be attending:
Voices of Global Health Equity
No Barrier Left Unbroken: Ensuring Health Equity for All
Our vision at Gilead is to ensure worldwide access to equitable care. This starts with understanding the unique barriers that keep people from meaningful, life-changing care. Together with global health experts, we’re reaching across cultures, languages and communities to make sure we end the HIV epidemic for everyone, everywhere.
Gilead is committed to advancing care for patients around the world by bringing forward medicines in areas of unmet medical need. We do this through internal research and development, as well as through collaborations with academic and industry partners.