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“We find the decision unacceptable given the significant medical and humanitarian needs of people...
Interview
Interview with Tetyana Pylypenko, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Medical Team Leader. "The project...
Updates
After days of severe rains across swathes of Myanmar in the wake of Cyclone Komen, MSF is working...
Updates
“This is the most serious epidemic Katanga has seen since 2011. We are adapting our current...
Updates
Since 2014, deteriorating security, explosive devices on roads and the risk of carjacking have...
Press release
Not enough is being done to ensure people on antiretroviral treatment (ART) reach and maintain ‘...
Statement
"Development aid medicine will not work if the prescription is based on a faulty diagnosis" says...
Patient story
"When I was put on this new drug regimen I gained hope that I could be cured. I became cheerful and...
Updates
MSF says a new combination of drugs created to treat extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB) is...
Interview
In 2014, MSF carried out more than 63, 140 consultations, treated over 15,274 patients of malaria,...
Press release
A new survey released by Stop Stock Outs Project shows that shortages of essential HIV and...
Testimony
"When I arrived at my clinic, I was told that my treatment was not in stock and sent home with no...
Crisis Update
MSF continues to expand its medical activities to meet the needs of people living in the hardest-...
Article
MSF Gladice, 35, Assistant midwife , with MSF since 2006. Gladice holding “Little Gladice“ is...
Month in Focus
SYRIA – A humanitairan failure EBOLA - Remain vigilant ETHIOPIA – The plight of women refugees MDR-...
Photo of the week
Tuberculosis (TB) is a big problem in eastern Ukraine , especially in prisons. The official death...

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