Working hand in hand to provide innovative diagnostic solutions to those who need it most
More than 35 million people are currently living with HIV
Universal access to quality healthcare and medical innovation remains a global challenge. To address this challenge, many of the world’s top relief and aid organizations have joined together with an ambitious goal: ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
As the leading provider of HIV viral load testing, Roche created the Global Access Program to contribute to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goal, expanding access to quality, sustainable diagnostic testing for countries hardest hit by HIV.
"We applaud all the global partners who came together to ensure that over 31 million people living with HIV/AIDS in low- and middle-income countries will be able to access viral load testing at this reduced price." –
"We welcome this significant price breakthrough–the urgent call of people living with HIV is being answered. Now, with viral load testing, we can help ensure HIV treatment improves quality of life." –
Your resource for diagnostics that make a difference
The Global Access Program underscores Roche’s ongoing commitment to providing life-saving diagnostics in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Download our Resource Kit and join Roche in ensuring equal access around the globe.
90-90-90 lays the groundwork for achieving global HIV viral suppression
90-90-90 aims to increase HIV viral suppression to 73% worldwide by 2020 1-3
*Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV in 2014 and 2020, assuming infection rates remain the same.
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