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    Denmark

    NORDIC REGIONAL OFFICE

    Gilead Sciences Denmark Aps

    Arne Jacobsens Allé 7, 5th floor

    2300 Copenhagen S

    Denmark

    Phone: +46 8 505 718 00 +46 8 505 718 00

    Gilead Sciences is a biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative therapeutics in areas of unmet medical need. The company’s mission is to advance the care of patients suffering from life-threatening diseases worldwide.

    Relationships with Patient Organizations

    Gilead provided support for the following charitable organizations in 2019. The information is correct at the time of writing (April 2020). The information is subject to change and periodic updates. For a listing of previous years’ grants, click here

    Patient Organisation Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded DKK
    AIDS-FONDET Support related to Post World AIDS Day-Campaign. 50,000
    AIDS-FONDET Support related to Post-testing on World AIDS Day. 80,000
    BRUGERNES AKADEMI Support related to harm reduction kits and disease awareness regarding hepatitis C. 45,100
    BRUGERNES AKADEMI Support related to the disease awareness campaign regarding hepatitis C. 24,400
    LYLE - PATIENTFORENINGEN FOR LYMFEKRAEFT OG LEUKAEMI Support related to national conference and coverage in LyLe Nyt publication. 120,000
    Ungdommens R?de Kors Support related to an educational program for ex-users focusing on HCV education. 100,000

    Grants to HCOs registered in Denmark

    Description Recipient Type of grant Purpose Timeframe Amount funded DKK Extent, content and estimated value of the benefit in kind
    The Copenhagen test and treat hepatitis C in a mobile clinic Study: Enhancing the HCV cascade of care for people who inject drugs (T’N’T HepC) Amager-Hvidovre Hospital, Department of infectious Diseases Research Grant To evaluate the efficacy of a simplified integrated protocol for testing and linkage to care among PWIDs at a mobile clinic in Copenhagen, Denmark. Date: May 2019 – end 2020 412 051 DKK N/A
    Mucorales infections in hematological patients Statens Serum Institute Research Grant Retrospective review of mucorales infections in hematological patients Date: Oct 2019 – Dec 2019 193 330 DKK N/A
    Use of metabolomics to identify persons with high risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases among people living with HIV Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Dept of Infectious Diseases Research Grant To study the role of metabolic dysregulation in the pathogenesis of CVD, liver disease, and metabolic disease in people living with HIV Date: Jan 2020 – end 2021 250 000 DKK N/A
    Referral pathway of patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver Copenhagen University Hospital, Department of Gastrounit, Medical Division Research Grant Review referral pathway of patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver Date: Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 180 000 DKK N/A
    To elucidate the individual role of CiR’s (co-inhibitory receptors) and their ligands in rheumatic disease Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Biomedicine Health Research Grant Elucidate the individual role of CiR’s (co-inhibitory receptors) and their ligands in rheumatic disease Date: Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 390 000 DKK N/A
    InfCare Report Odense University Hospital, Dept of Infectious Diseases Research Grant Report on hepatitis B and C based on data on from the InfCare hepatitis database Oct 2019 30 000 DKK N/A
    First Free C Odense University Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases Research Grant Retrospective data analysis of registry data on HepC treatment (Nov 2018 – Dec 2019) Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 268 975 DKK N/A
    Emerging azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus in Denmark: A detailed look at the epidemiology in a national and international perspective using microsattelite based genotyping Statens Serum Institute Research Grant A detailed look at the epidemiology of azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus in a national and international perspective using microsattelite based genotyping Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 80 000 DKK N/A
    Using Patient-Reported Outcomes to Improve Health Care Quality among HIV-infected individuals Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases Research Grant Review of collected PRO-data in HIV-infected individuals. Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 233 640 DKK N/A
    Validation of a systematic monitoring strategy as best practice in patients with inflammatory bowel disease in biological therapies Herlev and Gentofte Hospital, Department Gastroenterology Research Grant Data review and analysis of monitoring strategy in patients with inflammatory bowel disease Jan 2020 – Dec 2021 308 802 DKK N/A

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