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Cape Town, 12 December 2002 -- Today in South Africa, Nelson Mandela and Médecins Sans Frontières announced that they will join forces to create a new AIDS treatment project near Umtata, Mandela’s...
Last updated 12 December 2002
Geneva, November 27, 2002 – The humanitarian medical organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today challenged national governments, international organisations and donor countries to dramatically...
Last updated 27 November 2002
AIDS Patients in Developing Countries Pay Higher Prices for Roche's Drugs Than People in Switzerland
Last updated 15 November 2002
Sydney/Geneva, Wednesday 13 November 2002 - The international medical aid agency Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF, Doctors Without Borders) warns that World Trade Organization delegates to the Informal...
Last updated 13 November 2002
GENEVA, 5 November 2002 -- The next meningitis outbreak in Africa could be less than two months away. Unless new funds are urgently provided, the vaccine and drugs which are needed to prevent deaths...
Last updated 31 October 2002
Lack of appropriate vaccine catches world community unprepared as unusual strain of meningitis threatens African countries
Geneva, 19 September 2002 – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warns that thousands may die of wilful neglect unless a vaccine is made available at an affordable price to the African countries most affected...
Last updated 19 September 2002
At World Summit on Sustainable Development, Activists Demand Access to Affordable HIV/AIDS Treatment for all Africans with HIV/AIDS Activists to Hold Governments, Multilateral Agencies, and the Private...
Nairobi, 15 August 2002 - The Kenya Coalition for Access to Essential Medicines welcomes the decision by the Kenyan parliament to reverse an amendment to the Industrial Property Act that blocked commercial...
New data reassert the feasibility of antiretroviral treatment in resource-poor settings Governments still refuse to commit funds for life-extending medicines
Last updated 7 July 2002