Opinion and debate: Paul Cawthorne asks why MSF were forced to smuggle HIV drugs across international borders
PRESS RELEASE: Two new studies released by Epicentre, the research arm of MSF, at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston this week point to reductions in new HIV infections in areas where HIV treatment has been scaled up.
PRESS RELEASE: The DRC is in the grip of an emergency. For two decades, persistent conflict in its eastern provinces and instability in other regions, as well as a dysfunctional health system, have led to recurrent humanitarian crises and outbreaks of disease.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF has been ordered by the Union Government of Myanmar to cease all activities in the country. MSF is deeply shocked by the unilateral decision and extremely concerned about the fate of tens of thousands of patients currently under our care across the country.
More than 15,000 people have arrived in the Chad after fleeing extreme violence. But with no hope of returning home, the refugees face an uncertain future
In pictures: Accessing healthcare in Afghanistan can be a difficult process, disrupted by violence, poor roads and unaffordable medical costs
PRESS RELEASE: At least 150 wounded people have been treated by MSF after a new wave of violence hit the town of Malakal, in Upper Nile state, South Sudan, on 18th February.
After an epidemic was announced, MSF have partnered with the Ministry of Health to vaccinate the children of Guinea
The TB epidemic in Ukraine is among the most severe in the European region, with nearly 700,000 people infected. MSF provides treatment to prisoners and ex-prisoners in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine in order to help tackle the growing epidemic of drug-resistant TB.
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