Access Campaign

In 1999, in the wake of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, MSF launched the Access Campaign. Its purpose has been to push for access to, and the development of, life-saving and life-prolonging medicines, diagnostic tests and vaccines for patients in MSF programmes and beyond.

To learn more, please visit: http://msfaccess.org/

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Updates
MSF welcomes Pfizer's decision to lower the price of its pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) for...
Article
The reality of pneumonia can be a very scary and dangerous. Each year, it takes the lives of nearly...
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“The lack of solid data and evidence on the safety and efficacy of the new TB drugs means that only...
Patient story
"I'm happy I got this treatment, because I couldn't even walk back then," she says, "but if I see...
Testimony
“These new drugs are really the last life-line for patients who have ran out of all other options”...
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“GSK has taken a critical step forward for children in emergencies,” says Dr Joanne Liu, MSF’s...
Video
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“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
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“The pneumonia vaccine is the world’s best-selling vaccine, and last year alone, Pfizer brought in...
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“We have to be able to afford the newer HIV drug combinations that people will need over time, or...
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“We need a massive booster shot for West and Central African if we’re going to get anywhere close...
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“Governments and humanitarian organisations need tools to protect children living through one of...
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NO VALLEY WITHOUT SHADOWS by MSF on Exposure
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MSF is disappointed that the solutions proposed by the G7 will not address these failures head-on,...
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“Governments must stop prioritising trade over human lives,” said Nathalie Ernoult, of MSF’s Access...
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