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“History is repeating itself with hepatitis C –the medicines we need are again too expensive, but...
Gallery
Since October 2016, MSF has treated around 800 people in Cambodia for hepatitis C using medicines...
Updates
Interview
Jean-Guy Vataux, head of mission in Libya, explains how MSF is providing assistance to migrants,...
Press release
“With an estimated 80 million people worldwide living with hepatitis C, treatment should be...
Article
Featured stories from February 2017: Nigeria, Yemen, Syria, Serbia, Kenya, United States and...
Press release
“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
Press release
“Governments must stop prioritising trade over human lives,” said Nathalie Ernoult, of MSF’s Access...
Press release
MSF urges Indian Prime Minister not to cave to pressure from EU to accept trade deal that could...
Patient story
“I was beautiful before, I had clear skin. This illness has aged me but had it not been for MSF I...
Interview
Notes from the field
"By providing care at a primary healthcare clinic, patients can have access to free diagnosis and...
Press release
"We have started treating people with hepatitis C in several countries, and want to expand, but we...
Press release
Programme could compromise patient treatment and privacy rights. MSF releases briefing note on...
Press release
Global response to hepatitis C hangs on access to new oral drugs