Interview with Pascal Piquet, MSF logistician in Gueckedou, Guinea. He is part of an MSF team responding to the Ebola outbreak.
The civil war in Syria means that refugees are often unable to access medicines for chronic diseases, which can lead to serious complications
A first person account of the Ebola outbreak by Michel Van Herp, an MSF epidemiologist working in Guinea.
I received a message at home in Brussels about this strange disease which had broken out in Guédeckou, in southern Guinea.
They thought that perhaps it was Lassa fever, but when I received a description of the patients' symptoms, it was clear to me that we were talking about Ebola. A couple of days later I was in Guinea.
PRESS RELEASE: Tens of thousands of refugees who have fled violence and deprivation in South Sudan and sought refuge in camps in Ethiopia are faced with a lack of water, food and sanitation and are suffering from a range of emergency medical conditions.
PRESS RELEASE: With patent barriers on new oral drugs to treat hepatitis C in developing countries, the high price of new treatment could squander the opportunity governments now have to scale up diagnosis and treatment for the disease
PRESS RELEASE: A decision by the Greek authorities to detain migrants indefinitely until either they are forcibly returned or they consent to voluntary return is yet another appalling evidence of Greece choosing even harsher treatment for migrants.
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