Gallery: Myanmar: treating HIV, TB, and hepatitis C in Insein clinic, Yangon

Insein clinic is one of two MSF clinics in Yangon, Myanmar where MSF provides treatment for HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and hepatitis C. In 2017, MSF provided care to 13,138 patients with HIV, TB or multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) at the two clinics. Forty-two patients co-infected with HIV started MDR-TB treatment, 21 patients started extensively drug-resistant TB treatment (as part of the endTB programme, currently 33 patients are on treatment), and the team initiated hepatitis C treatment to 197 HIV-positive patients.