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Spreading the Word

Spreading the word

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The 20th International AIDS conference in July 2014 marked the birth of the Diagnostic Access Initiative, which laid the groundwork for the world to achieve the 90-90-90 treatment target. Understanding and embracing their social responsibility, it took Roche less than two months to answer the call by launching the Global Access Program.

Aimed at providing diagnostic care where access is limited, the Global Access Program was initiated in partnership with the United Nations Program on HIV/ AIDS (UNAIDS), the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB & Malaria.

 

Share the progress on social media

As the march toward hitting the 90-90-90 target by 2030 continues, you can show your support by spreading the word about the progress we have made. Share these posts on your Facebook or Twitter feed—and be part of that change.

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40-fold increase in access

to antiretroviral therapy since 2002

#Roche Global Access Program-HIV diagnostics for those in need #Roche #endAIDS #earlyinfantdiagnosis HIV

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HIV diagnostics in 82 high-burden countries

#RocheGlobalAccessProgram #endAIDS #90-90-90 #WAD2016

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#RocheGlobalAccessProgram-HIV diagnostics for moms & children

#90-90-90 goals #endAIDS #HIVviralload

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33% less HIV infections since 2001 #RocheGlobalAccessProgram

#endAIDS #90-90-90 target #AIDS2016