We were thrilled to have presented new data from our innovative HIV treatment and prevention portfolio at one of the world’s most influential HIV meetings, the European AIDS Clinical Society Conference (EACS), in Warsaw, Poland

Our data reinforced the need to see more than HIV

Thanks to tremendous efforts in research and development, today a person living with HIV who is on effective treatment can expect to live a long and fulfilling life. Despite these advancements, some people living with HIV still experience challenges. While still recognising the importance of viral suppression, we can and must ‘see more than HIV’ to address the challenges that people living with HIV can experience across all aspects of their lives.

Jorge, NGO CEO and HIV advocate shares his perspective on the importance of seeing more than HIV. For more videos like this, click here to see our full playlist.

Our presence at EACS 2023

Our presentations

We’re presented 23 abstracts at this year’s conference featuring our latest data from our innovative pipeline. We also shared data from several real-world evidence (RWE) studies to better understand how our medicines are experienced by people living with HIV.

Amplifying the voices of the HIV Community

We also used our platform to amplify the voices of the HIV community at EACS 2023 and beyond. On our booth, we offered delegates the opportunity to experience the challenges of stigma first hand through a virtual reality experience. Titled "Chapters of Stigma," the experience acknowledges the stresses and micro-traumas that many people living with HIV still endure.

We were also proud to presend 'Under the Mask: From Silence to Empowerment' an immersive experience where attendees were able to hear inside the minds of three people living with HIV, who share their true thoughts and concerns that they wish they could share with their HCPs in person. The goal is to encourage open and honest dialogue between HCPs and people living with HIV.

See our recap from our event below.

Under The Mask: From Silence to Empowerment

See below the highlights from our time at EACS this year.


Thanks to advances in science and innovation, people living with HIV have options for effective treatment that mean they can expect to live long and healthy lives. Find out why understanding the needs and wants of people living with HIV is essential.

Read about our approach to developing new medicines for people living with HIV and the life-changing impact new medicines can have on PLHIV.

It is now established that if you’re on treatment and have an undetectable viral load, you cannot pass on HIV through sex. Undetectable = Untransmittable, or U=U. This simple equation has profound implications for everyone living with HIV, and for economies and governments around the world. 


Get access to the latest press releases, company statements, and the main conferences and events about HIV and AIDS.

ViiV Exchange is our online portal for Healthcare Professionals; allowing access to latest data and information in relation to our HIV medicines.

Learning to navigate life with HIV can take time but it should not stop you from living the life you want. Read more about how to live well with HIV.

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