Together we can stop the virus

This website has been created by Gilead for the purposes of disease education and awareness.

Policymakers play a key role in the effective design and delivery of health services, especially regarding HIV care.
Stopthevirus.eu provides information to help you support efforts to get to zero new infections – ending HIV as a global public health threat by 2030. It features information on developments in the policy landscape, and will include coverage of major HIV/AIDS conferences, news, and special feature articles.

Gilead has been, is, and will be here to fight alongside policymakers, nurses, clinicians and campaigners striving to stop the virus. And we stand beside every person living with HIV today, with the knowledge that we all have something to contribute.
Without relentless collaboration and partnership, we could not have come this far. With it we can move forward together, faster, ensuring we leave no one behind.

Together we can change more lives. Together we can stop the virus.

8th June 2020

Turning the impossible into possible: what Germany needs to end the HIV epidemic

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Gilead Sciences Germany is committed to supporting national efforts to contain and ultimately end the HIV epidemic once and for all. Together with partner organizations, Gilead intends to build on the progress achieved so far, to accelerate the fight against HIV, while at the same time supporting people with HIV to live well at every stage of life.

1st June 2020

HIV: A new normal needs to be a better normal

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Those who have worked in or lived with HIV are no strangers to a pandemic and the challenges associated with the public health fight against viruses. While striving to end the HIV epidemic globally by 2030, the deadline set by the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal 3(SDGs)1, the UK has learned some lessons that are not only pertinent for HIV but for COVID-19 too.

6th May 2020

HIV: Putting screening to the TEST

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Despite making fewer headlines than in previous decades, the HIV epidemic in Europe is far from being a thing of the past. It will still be around to taunt us, as we learn to cope with yet another deadly virus.

9th April 2020

2020 ≠ 1980s: Gilead Sciences Belgium stands up against stigma

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Today, HIV is no longer a death sentence. Continued scientific innovation has brought significant progress to treatment of HIV, improving the lives of people living with HIV (PLHIV) globally. Over the years, the prevalence of HIV/AIDS is evolving, and in Belgium new infections are decreasing1.

10th February 2020

The fight against HIV in Romania – taking stock of the progress achieved while planning for better long-term care measures

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Romania recently made an assessment of the past thirty years, since the breakout of a phenomenon that can be classified as an epidemiologic accident, when thousands of children in Romanian orphanages were infected with HIV. Back then, the specialists had to take unprecedented measures and test solutions to a major problem that all other countries knew too little about.

10th October 2019

The Full 360 – Overview

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“With a global prevalence approaching 37 million1 and an average age that continues to grow,2 more and more focus has been given to the lifelong good health of people living with HIV (PLHIV).

8th October 2019

RADIAN: meaningfully addressing new HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA)

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It has been more than three decades since the global HIV/AIDS epidemic emerged, igniting a worldwide response and unifying a strong community to fight against the disease. Due to this effort, the global community now has the tools to meaningfully address new HIV Infections. Yet, in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA), the HIV epidemic is still on the rise, 1 with more than 400 people becoming infected with HIV and 100 dying from AIDS every day in the region. 2

7th October 2019

Addressing gender disparities in HIV and empowering women

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Worldwide, women account for more than half the number of people living with HIV.1 Young women are twice as likely to acquire HIV as young men the same age – underscoring the degree of vulnerability that remains for many women around the world.1 On 10 September, at the Fast-Track Cities global conference in London, we held a symposium bringing together key policymakers and activists to explore solutions to address gender disparities in HIV.