ViiV offers additional funds to pediatric HIV program

  • July 25, 2014

ViiV Healthcare is providing more than $2.5 million in additional funds for the Collaborative Initiative for Paediatric HIV Education and Research program, or CIPHER, according to a press release from the International AIDS Society. The funding will be used to research and develop new ways to prevent HIV infections in children living in resource-limited settings.

“We are absolutely delighted, as the founding partner of such an innovative and successful initiative as CIPHER, to see the commitment and program expand based on the success of the initial 2-year program,” Dominique Limet, CEO of ViiV Healthcare, said in the release. “Pediatric HIV is one of our key priorities as part of our overall commitment to people living with HIV, and therefore we are proud to renew our support to CIPHER and the [International AIDS Society] for the next 2 years.”

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