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Last week, the emergency unit of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in South Kivu ended the vaccination campaign in the district of Minova after reaching nearly 38,000 children and young people between...
Ninety-nine patients in Swaziland who successfully completed their treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis have been presented with certificates by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) saying “I got...
Last updated 24 July 2014
Ma Khin Khin* is a mother of four from Palauk township, around 130 kilometres south of Dawei in Myanmar’s Tanintharyi region. She is the very first MSF patient in Myanmar to receive the oral treatment,...
Last updated 23 July 2014
Reduction in pricing still needed to ensure wider access to treatment
Melbourne, 21 July 2014 – High prices continue to represent a major barrier to affordable access of both new HIV medicines and viral load testing -- which is the best way to monitor whether treatment...
Trans-Pacific trade partners must stand against higher medicine prices and take harmful provisions off the negotiating table
OTTAWA/GENEVA, July 7, 2014 – As Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators convene in Ottawa for another secret round of trade talks, it’s time for the US to take harmful provisions that would...
Cambodia wasn’t initially on Helen Tindall’s radar. But the extremely high prevalence of tuberculosis has made it a country she is reluctant to leave. © Matthew Smeal “Africa was my plan....
Last updated 3 July 2014
Patients & MSF doctors elated as MCC approval for Médecins Sans Frontières to use generic linezolid paves the way for national registration and access
DURBAN, 10 June, 2014 – Presenting operational research findings at the 4th South African TB Conference, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) together with other treatment activists, called on government...
Six out of the 11 rapid diagnostic tests available in the market are highly reliable, making the lab dispensable Paraguay © MSF/Anna Surinyach
Last updated 10 June 2014