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We’re pleased to have joined the Climate Group’s EV100 and to commit to electrifying our fleet of vehicles by 2030.

Thumbi Ndung'u on Thinking Beyond Lifelong Treatment in HIV


Forty years into the epidemic, African virologist Thumbi Ndung’u is helping map out a plan to achieve a functional cure of HIV. It’s a daunting challenge, yet he believes the evidence and tools can be there in the future to produce ways to eliminate the lifetime burden of antiretroviral therapy and help control the epidemic.

“I work closely with people living with HIV and they always say they wish for a cure,” he says.

'Inside the Innovation:' Oncology Leaders Discuss Life at Gilead


Behind Gilead’s life-changing medicines are teams of accomplished, imaginative and dedicated individuals who have committed their careers to helping drive innovation.

A new video series on Gilead’s recently redesigned Careers website, provides an opportunity to peel back the curtain and hear firsthand from some of these employees.

Four Questions With Sade Clacken Joseph: Using Film As a Change Agent


As a first-generation Caribbean American from the Bronx, filmmaker Sadé Clacken Joseph wants to reframe the conversation about underrepresented groups by sharing their often untold stories.

Putting Faith Into Conversations About HIV in the Southern United States


Faith leaders in the Southern United States aren’t strangers to the disproportionate impact HIV has on Black communities. They’ve seen the shame and stigma that people living with HIV in their communities can face, and they recognize how these things can drive secrecy, isolation and lack of treatment. And now, they’re using the pulpit in a call for change.

Interns Help Facilitate Breast Cancer Conversations Among Young Black Women


Taylor McKay, a senior at Florida A&M University, always knew she wanted to become a surgeon. But it wasn’t until she did an internship with TOUCH: The Black Breast Cancer Alliance, that she decided to specialize in breast oncology.

“After learning about the disparities in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment for Black women, it really reinforced in my mind how I could help my community,” she says.

Gilead Launches Pharmaceutical Education Program to Increase Workplace Diversity


When he began teaching biological science at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 11 years ago, it didn’t take long for Dr. Joseph Graves to notice a shortage of opportunities in pharmaceutical research and development for Black students. While A&T has a strong science program, Joseph says it’s been an ongoing struggle for women and underrepresented populations to enter the scientific workforce, and more specifically, find roles in industry.

Four Questions With Tracey Iraca: Combating Age-Related Disparities in Blood Cancer Treatment


Myelodysplastic syndromes, or MDS, is a rare type of blood cancer primarily affecting people over the age of 65. In fact, it’s such a rare and largely unknown illness that most people living with MDS don’t know anyone else who suffers from it. For Tracey Iraca, Executive Director of the MDS Foundation, a global advocacy organization aimed at providing support and raising awareness of the illness, the most rewarding part of her job is bringing people with MDS together and watching them connect over their shared experiences.

Wake Forest University School of Divinity Brings Faith to the Gilead COMPASS Initiative®


Gilead launched the COMPASS Initiative® in the Southern United States with the goal of reaching the communities most impacted by the HIV epidemic. Three years in, the company announced that it is expanding the initiative to faith-based communities, including the Black church, working with the Wake Forest University School of Divinity.

Kay Yow Cancer Fund Works to Bolster Research, Increase Access to Care


As a former collegiate women’s basketball coach, Stephanie Glance has observed her share of tough battles on the court. But none were as fierce as what she saw her mentor and friend, Coach Kay Yow, go through while living with breast cancer for 22 years.


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