We are excited to be presenting 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 from 18 - 21 October.

Our data will reinforce the need to see more than HIV at EACS 2023

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.

We’ll be updating this webpage with more information on our abstracts and events, but for now, we look forward to hearing from influential voices from around the world and engaging with researchers, healthcare professionals, the HIV community, and delegates on the biggest advances in HIV research. See you there!

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