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Press release
“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
Research and Analysis
MSF's Research Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices (UREPH) is pleased to announce the...
Research and Analysis
MSF's Research Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices (UREPH) is pleased to announce the...
Article
MSF is mobilising considerable resources to support the Congolese authorities in their wide-scale...
Article
In April, during an emergency response to help displaced people in Chocó department in northwestern...
Press release
“The pneumonia vaccine is the world’s best-selling vaccine, and last year alone, Pfizer brought in...
Month in Focus
Iraq - 3,3 million people displaced; Syria - 35,000 people trapped in Azaz; Democratic Republic of...
Article
MSF People are vaccinated against yellow fever by MSF in a church under construction in Matadi, DRC...
Interview
MSF epidemiologist Michel Van Herp on the yellow fever outbreak in Angola.
Interview
MSF entomologist Andre Yebakima on his role in combating Angola's yellow fever outbreak.
Article
Historically, research was not seen as core to the mission of Medecins Sans Frontieres. However, MSF now initiates, sponsors or participates in numerous research projects in multiple field sites. Results from several research projects have had substantial impact on global health policy and provided benefits to populations served by MSF and elsewhere. As a result, research has becom e increasingly integral to MSF activities, both in the field and in global health advocacy.
Press release
“Governments must stop prioritising trade over human lives,” said Nathalie Ernoult, of MSF’s Access...
Report
A review of MSF's Ebola-related research carried out in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, including...
Report
Key financial data on MSF's response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Through this short...
Crisis Update
Sam Phelps A doctor in PPE protective gear at the Nongo Ebola Treatment Clinic in Conakry, Guinea...
Publications
Medical publications
This study discusses a multicenter non-randomized trial on Ebola virus disease, in which all...

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