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"Containing the epidemic is the main priority. The rainy season is coming and that can spread the...
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‘Will Bambari be next?’ This is the question on everyone’s lips in Central African Republic’s...
Research and Analysis
UREPH is pleased to announce the publication of “Dilemmas in access to medicines: a humanitarian...
Book
In this new book, MSF argues that the response to the West African Ebola epidemic was led by fear...
Medical resources
A succession of multimedia modules examines in human, scientific and historic terms the impact of...
Article
MSF People are vaccinated against yellow fever by MSF in a church under construction in Matadi, DRC...
Interview
MSF entomologist Andre Yebakima on his role in combating Angola's yellow fever outbreak.
Press release
“Lusaka has experienced regular cholera epidemics in the past, but this is the first outbreak since...
Report
A review of MSF's Ebola-related research carried out in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, including...
Medical resources
This study discusses a multicenter non-randomized trial on Ebola virus disease, in which all...
Press release
MSF appreciates Otsuka Pharmaceuticals’ donation of 400 treatments of a novel drug, delamanid,...
Interview
Interview with Isabelle Mouniaman-Nara, MSF programme manager in Nigeria
Press release
Five diseases with the potential to become epidemics in 2016 are being highlighted by MSF. “We know...
Updates
Article
As Liberia celebrates 42 days without any new Ebola infections - effectively marking the end of the...
Report
MSF draws attention to the challenges and choices that may impair effective response to emergencies...
Press release
“It’s no longer only a question of when to start people on treatment, but also how to help people...

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