Kala Azar in Bihar
 
Diagnosing, treating and researching HIV-kala azar co-infection
Kala azar

Diagnosing, treating and researching HIV-kala azar co-infection in Ethiopia

Project Update 20 Sep 2018
 
MSF field hospital
South Sudan

Urgent humanitarian assistance needed for thousands of people who fled fighting in Wau Shilluk

Crisis Update 15 Mar 2017
 
South Sudan, Melut
South Sudan

MSF closes project in Melut after three years

Project Update 30 Jan 2017
 
Seeking malaria treatment around Aweil, South Sudan
Disease prevention

Five epidemics to watch

Press Release 25 Jan 2016
 
South Sudan

A nurse in Old Fangak

Voices from the Field 1 Jun 2015
 
South Sudan

Tackling a deadly outbreak of tropical disease

Voices from the Field 16 Jan 2015
 
Kala Azar in Bihar, India
Kala azar

Increased access to diagnosis and treatment of HIV-VL co-infection is imperative for eliminating kala azar

Press Release 1 Dec 2014
 
Kala Azar in Bihar
India

MSF supports the introduction and roll-out of single-dose treatment for kala azar in Bihar State

Press Release 17 Nov 2014
 
Journal article

Visceral Leishmaniasis and HIV Co-infection in Bihar, India: Long-term Effectiveness and Treatment Outcomes with Liposomal Amphotericin B (AmBisome)

7 Aug 2014
Journal article
 
Journal article

Visceral Leishmaniasis as an AIDS Defining Condition: Towards Consistency across WHO Guidelines

17 Jul 2014
Journal article
 
South Sudan

Medical Care Under Fire in South Sudan

Project Update 4 Jul 2014
 
Journal article

Hypokalaemia-Induced Rhabdomyolysis after Treatment of Post-Kala-azar Dermal Leishmaniasis (PKDL) with High-Dose AmBisome in Bangladesh - A Case Report

20 Jun 2014
Journal article
Advanced HIV management in Homa Bay
Medical Resource

MSF Field Research

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