News

Article
MSF launches new report about dangers of tuberculosis for children
Press release
Global Fund urged not to change pricing framework for vital medecines
Month in Focus
A Month in Focus - November 2013
Press release
First new TB drug in 50 years risks being squandered without better research and pricing strategies.
Gallery
Patients with tuberculosis must undergo lengthy, arduous treatment regimens in the best of times...
Video
With 26 per cent of the population aged between 15 and 49 being HIV–positive, Swaziland is the...
Patient story
Phumeza Tisile became the first South African patient cured of extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-...
Gallery
A series of sketches by illustrator George Butler detailing MSF's TB programmes in Yangon, Myanmar.
Press release
MSF, together with the Ministry of Health of Myanmar and the WHO are co-hosting a symposium in...
Article
Fifty-five Swazi patients are the first group to have completed two years of gruelling treatment...
Month in Focus
A Month in Focus - July 2013
Coverage
The world is struggling to cope with a growing epidemic of drug-resistant tuberculosis. Treatment...
Press release
The Indian government must urgently address the persistent issues and almost routine delays of...
Month in Focus
A Month in Focus - June 2013
Article
A mobile MSF tuberculosis (TB) surgery mission has successfully completed surgery on six drug-...
Gallery
Gallery: Treatment for Drug-Resistant TB in Kyrgyzstan

Pages