Enrolment for antiretroviral treatment increasing

Stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV and AIDS has reduced significantly in some public health facilities.

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First trials for Ebola treatments to start at MSF sites in December

Clinical trials of brincidofovir and favipiravir to be led by three different research partners at three treatment centres in West Africa.

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Violent attacks on MSF threaten supply of humanitarian assistance

Danger and difficulty in supplying projects could force us to cut back assistance upon which thousands depend.
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Ebola in Liberia

Hard-won gains in Liberia must not be undermined

Priority should be given to a flexible approach that allows rapid response to new outbreaks.
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MSF responds to an upsurge in malaria cases

Nearly 1,700 people receive treatment in Chittagong Hill Tracts, a remote area where the infectious disease is endemic.

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South Sudan

No access, no medicine: a patient's story

Nyanog Adem brought her sick son to the only place she could get help.

Nyanog's story
Gallery: Faces of the Crisis
Press release: spike in malaria cases in western South Sudan


Implement proven community strategies to fight HIV/AIDS

Delivery of antiretroviral treatment must be radically reshaped into community-led approaches.

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Notes from the field
An MSF doctor recounts the heart-warming survival of three of her patients.
After a new case of Ebola was detected in the Malian capital, Bamako, on 11 November, the...
Notes from the field
A heartbreaking account illustrating the reality that far too many women continue to die avoidable...
One Saturday morning, a worried mother arrives at the clinic with her 6-year old daughter Penina,...

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