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In October 2011, Montserrat Serra and Blanca Thiebaut were abducted from the refugee camp Ifo 2 in Dadaab, Kenya, while working to help the most vulnerable Somali population. They were then transferred...
Decision safeguards access to affordable medicines and prevents abusive patenting of medicines
Last updated 1 April 2013
Médecins Sans Frontières has learnt that the verdict in Indian Supreme Court case of Novartis vs. Government of India will be handed down on Monday, 1 April 2013. The verdict will be the final act...
Those lucky enough to get access to care for drug-resistant tuberculosis go through two years of painful and largely ineffective treatment, taking up to twenty pills a day. Doctors and patients are calling...
Last updated 19 March 2013
Sluggish response risks squandering historic opportunity to tackle global drug-resistant tuberculosis
People living with MDR-TB and their healthcare providers call for urgent action
Hajipur, Bihar, March 15, 2013: International medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) together with the Bihar State’s Ministry of Health has organised several activities...
Last updated 15 March 2013
Médecins Sans Frontières calls on Japan and other negotiating countries to resist attemptsto restrict access to medicines
DNP+, MSF urge India to reject EU demands before April deadline, protest at European Commission in Delhi
Few children at the paediatric tuberculosis hospital in Dushanbe look as active and healthy as Shirinmo. The little girl is bright and busy as she crawls across the waiting room floor. But get closer...
Last updated 12 March 2013
This past December, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) issued an alert about a measles epidemic in northern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)’s Equateur and Orientale provinces, trying to draw attention...
Last updated 7 March 2013