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Gilead HIV & AIDS 2022

Gilead HIV is excited to join healthcare professionals, scientists, advocates, policy makers, people living with HIV, and the broader HIV community at the 24th International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference, AIDS 2022, in Montreal, Canada, from July 29 to August 2. AIDS 2022 brings together leaders in HIV from around the world to reengage and follow the science to help end the global HIV epidemic. With a return to in-person this year, we are looking forward to reconnecting with you and hearing from some of the leading minds in HIV about critical advances in research, policy, and practice to help drive progress in helping end the HIV epidemic.

Keynote speaker Rev Dr Shonda JonesKeynote speaker Rev Dr Shonda Jones

At Gilead, we know that it will take more than science to end HIV. We must also address the biases and social and structural barriers like housing, employment and food security that impact HIV.1-3 Some of these challenges have been significantly exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to disproportionately impact the communities most affected by HIV.4-6 At the same time, the HIV community has shown tremendous strength and resilience, implementing innovative strategies and approaches to drive equitable HIV care.7

That’s why Gilead recently launched the Together campaign to champion the role of transformative collaboration in helping to end the HIV epidemic for everyone, everywhere. At AIDS 2022, Gilead is proud to premiere the first stories from the Together campaign, highlighting real heroes from around the world who are working to dismantle the many barriers to HIV care.

Connect with Gilead HIV during AIDS 2022 at:

Satellite Symposium

Join us in conference room SR5 on August 1 from 8 to 9 AM ET for a symposium, “Working Together to End the Epidemic: Guided by the Voices on the Ground.” This global panel will discuss community perspectives and ongoing efforts of Gilead HIV to change the future of the HIV epidemic through collaboration. Hear from our keynote speaker, Rev Dr Shonda Jones, principal investigator for the Gilead COMPASS Faith Coordinating Center at Wake Forest University's School of Divinity, as she highlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global efforts to help end the HIV epidemic. Following Rev Dr Shonda Jones, a panel of experts, including voices from our Together campaign, will discuss different challenges in delivering HIV care around the world. This panel will also focus on programs that support practical solutions with sustainable impact toward better care for people with HIV and people who may benefit from PrEP medicines.

Exhibit Booth #401

Stop by our booth (#401) located on Level 2 of the Palais des Congrès de Montreal, in Halls 220 B and C, to learn more about the commitment of Gilead HIV to helping end the HIV epidemic for everyone, everywhere.

Visit our new bilingual hub,, to learn more about our overall engagement at
AIDS 2022, and explore the Together campaign stories of HIV heroes working to end the HIV epidemic around the world.

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  1. website. Why do people with HIV need stable housing? Accessed July 20, 2022.
  2. Conyers L, Chiu JY, Rueda S, Misrok M, Lynn V, McKinney-Prupis E. Employment as a social determinant of HIV care and prevention outcomes. In: Okaware SI, ed. AIDS Updates: Recent Advances and New Perspectives. Accessed July 18, 2022.
  3. The syndemic threat of food insecurity and HIV. Lancet. 2020;7(2):e75.
  4. Barr A, Shiro AG, Perry AM. The pandemic showed why social and structural determinants of health matter. Now it’s time for policymakers to act. February 18, 2022. Accessed July 20, 2022.
  5. Greene S, McCargo A. New data suggest COVID-19 is widening housing disparaties by race and income. May 29, 2020. Accessed July 20, 2022.
  6. Spievack N, González-Hermoso J, Brown S. Latinx unemployment is highest of all racial and ethnic groups for the firsttime on record. May 8, 2020. Accessed July 20, 2022.
  7. Tomlinson H. CDC on the frontlines: transforming the HIV epidemic in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. March 8, 2022. Accessed July 20, 2022.

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