Chronic disease

Article
“It’s important for patients with chronic diseases to have access to specialist healthcare and can...
Updates
Article
“Without access to a regular doctor, the villagers in Opytne practice self-care, measure each other...
Article
“The population is attempting to return to a sort of normality, but it’s very difficult given the...
Updates
Article
“Fleeing Hawijah was so dangerous that people call it the road of death.”
Press release
“As we were facing a large number of patients in some locations we decided to increase the...
Gallery
“When they visit me I feel better. They visit me two or three times a week. I tell them that I’m...
Testimony
"In war-torn Syria, patients are besieged and in inaccessible areas. True numbers are unknown but...
Gallery
An overview of the work of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Aleppo governorate, in the north of...
Patient story
MSF decided to train patients and their caretakers on how to administer the insulin so that they...
Gallery
On 6 May 2016, the Government of Kenya announced that the Dadaab camps will close, citing economic...
Statement
"It is unacceptable that – without any other solution being offered - thousands are essentially...
Article
MSF urges world leaders not to turn a blind eye on the suffering faced by millions of refugees and...
Gallery
In Diyala governorate, Iraq, MSF is providing a mix of services including mental, reproductive and...
Gallery
This mini photo essay depicts the daily lives of Iraq ’s internally displaced people (IDPs)...
Updates
“It is essential that patients with chronic diseases have access to uninterrupted treatment,” says...
Libya
Libya remains fragmented by conflict and fighting continued in several parts of the country in 2016.

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