World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is observed every Dec. 1 around the world. The occasion represents an opportunity for people to show their support for those living with HIV/AIDS and to remember the approximately 35 million who have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the epidemic began.

At Mylan, we view every day of every year as an opportunity to stem the disease’s tide.

We encourage you to observe World AIDS Day by making a commitment to do your part to address the scourge of HIV/AIDS. There are many ways to help. One place to start is by learning more about the disease, including its routes of transmission. Organizations such as UNAIDS and the World Health Organization have lots of great resources. Then, share what you have learned with a family member, friend or neighbor – you just may save a life.