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September 6, 2012

Gilead Sciences, Task Force Agree to ADAP Price Discount for Stribild

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) purchase price for the newly approved fixed-dose combination tablet Stribild will be substantially lower than the announced $28,500 wholesale acquisition cost (WAC), as a result of a new pricing agreement reached between Gilead Sciences and the ADAP Crisis Task Force (ACTF). According to a news announcement by the National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), the national association that convened ACTF, the agreement also continues a price freeze on all Gilead’s antiretrovirals purchased by ADAPs through 2013. “The fiscal crises many ADAPs continue to experience require ongoing and new commitments on the part of pharmaceutical companies as well as federal and state governments,” explained Dwayne Haught, manager of the Texas ADAP and a founding member of the ACTF.  “We thank Gilead for agreeing to price this new medication for ADAPs at a point that will allow access to it for clients without adversely impacting ADAP budgets.”

To read the NASTAD news announcement, click here.

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Brian, Beantown, 2012-11-24 09:23:34
Neglected by almost all advocacy groups much to my dismay, other than the HIVandHepatitis quaterly byGHMC is Gilead's discontinuation of 100 percent cure across all 3 genotypes of Hep C (type 1, 2, and 3). Rather than use GS7977 (sobufesvir)with BMS dataclasvir and cure everyone, Gilead finds it far wiser to focus not on compassionate access, or curing those it can cure now by going to Phase 3, but rather they are pretending they will go forward, SVR24 all cured-no phase 3? Profits too low-death

Frederick Wright, Coachella Valley, 2012-09-13 17:40:51
OK.. Thank you Gilead..wow that was hard to type, for it is like thanking a use car salmen for taking my money for a used car or better yet a lawyer . Yes, I can see it now, the car salman saying "you are so lucky for my boss lower the price by 1000 dollars, just for you and then I look in my hand and all my money is gone, but I have a used car. Ok again , Thank you Gilead.I praying to Jesus for you and yours for we most remember their will be a day of true reconcilation.

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