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Testimony
The numbers of people arriving now are not massive, like in the beginning of the crisis, but we...
Press release
“Doctors feel an overwhelming sense of frustration sitting in front of patients with limited...
Updates
Since 25 August, we have massively scaled up our operations in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. We now...
Article
Tens of thousands of families have fled north towards the Turkish border, where they are living in...
Crisis Update
Cases of diphtheria are increasing among Rohingya refugees living in densely-populated camps in...
Gallery
MSF's Pictures of the Year collection looks back on a year of providing medical care in extreme...
Press release
“The world desperately needs more affordable sources of these essential hepatitis C medicines to...
Article
When people simply don’t have the means to pay either formal or informal healthcare fees, they are...
Report
Article
Between 12-15 December the Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 will take place Tokyo, Japan.
Article
“This is the first time that Marburg fever has been diagnosed in these districts of Uganda, but...
Article
“The population is attempting to return to a sort of normality, but it’s very difficult given the...
Press release
“The situation on the island was already terrible, but now it’s beyond desperate”
Press release
MSF has begun treatment for hepatitis C with people who are co-infected with hepatitis C and HIV in...
Crisis Update
The conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram has been...
Interview
It is crucially important for this work to continue. The rebuilding of essential medical services...
Crisis Update
Since 25 August, more than 620,000 Rohingya refugees have fled from Myanmar into Bangladesh.

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