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MSF decided to train patients and their caretakers on how to administer the insulin so that they...
Crisis Update
The conflict in Borno State started in 2009 when Boko Haram (BH) launched attacks in northeastern...
"I don’t usually travel on the roads due to the security situation. There are often armed men on...
Crisis Update
“They’d left their life behind in South Sudan and, on top of that, they were getting ill from...
Press release
Updates
MSF welcomes Pfizer's decision to lower the price of its pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) for...
Article
The reality of pneumonia can be a very scary and dangerous. Each year, it takes the lives of nearly...
Updates
The paediatric TB project in Dushanbe starts its first patient on a new treatment, and more about...
Gallery
South Africa has one of the highest burdens of Tuberculosis (TB) and (Drug Resistant) DR-TB in the...
Press release
“The lack of solid data and evidence on the safety and efficacy of the new TB drugs means that only...
Patient story
"I'm happy I got this treatment, because I couldn't even walk back then," she says, "but if I see...
Testimony
“These new drugs are really the last life-line for patients who have ran out of all other options”...
Gallery
MSF is one of the biggest non-governmental providers of tuberculosis (TB) treatment – including for...
Crisis Update
Access to care was already scarce before the hurricane, as health centres were often under-...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from October 2016: Afghanistan, Syria, Mediterranean, Haiti, Medical research,...
Gallery
On 6 May 2016, the Government of Kenya announced that the Dadaab camps will close, citing economic...
Updates
“The international community has become immune to images of dead children being recovered from the...

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