Cambodia Hep-C
Worldwide, an estimated 71 million people are infected with the hepatitis C virus, double the number living with HIV. While hepatitis C can be cured, few people have access to treatment.

A blood-borne virus that attacks the liver, hepatitis C kills nearly 400,000 people each year, mostly from resulting complications, usually cirrhosis or liver cancer. While hepatitis C is found worldwide, the vast majority of people with the disease live in developing countries; China, India, Egypt and Indonesia are particularly affected. Hepatitis C is a curable disease, but millions don't have access to treatment due to high prices.


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Out of Darkness- fighting Hepatitis C
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Out of Darkness: Fighting Hepatitis C in Ukraine

27 Jul 2018
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Free Hepatitis clinic in Meerut
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One year, 1,198 patients

2 Mar 2018
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Tondo project in Philippines
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A year in pictures 2017

18 Dec 2017
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Cambodia Hep-C
Access to medicines

MSF challenges Gilead’s patent application for hepatitis C treatment

Press Release 15 Dec 2017
Mykolaiv Project

People co-infected with HIV to receive hepatitis C treatment in Mykolaiv region

Press Release 1 Dec 2017
Cambodia Hep-C
Hepatitis C

MSF secures lower price for generic hepatitis C treatment

Press Release 31 Oct 2017
MSF Clinic Hepatitis C Unit - Noor Alam #2
Access to medicines

Hepatitis C - Not even close 30 Oct 2017
Hepatitis C - Clinic Cambodia
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Gallery: treating hepatitis C in Phnom Penh

21 Aug 2017
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Libya: detention centres in Tripoli

Providing assistance to migrants and refugees

Voices from the Field 23 Jun 2017
Advanced HIV management in Homa Bay
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