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In Myanmar, adolescents make up around 5 per cent of our total HIV cohort of nearly 35,000 people.
Updates
"My typical day at Epworth, it’s a busy day. You never know what’s going to come up. We have a...
Gallery
Today, the number of people who are HIV positive in Zimbabwe has reduced to 15 per cent, but major...
Gallery
South Africa has one of the highest burdens of Tuberculosis (TB) and (Drug Resistant) DR-TB in the...
Press release
“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”...
Gallery
MSF is one of the biggest non-governmental providers of tuberculosis (TB) treatment – including for...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from October 2016: Afghanistan, Syria, Mediterranean, Haiti, Medical research,...
Op-ed
"We cannot accept that we might be targeted for treating the wounded enemy," says Christopher...
Video
Testimony about the bombing of MSF Kunduz hospital by Faizullah, patient administration officer
Gallery
On 3 October 2015, MSF’s trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, was destroyed by precise and...
Interview
MSF assists the most vulnerable in contexts of war, violence, epidemics and neglected diseases,...
Article
Falling short of the Global Fund’s modest pledging target would not only seriously undermine...
Press release
“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
Article
The MSF Scientific Days 2016 took place on 20 and 21 May 2016 in London, New Delhi and Johannesburg.

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