Browse the latest stories and reports on MSF from various media outlets.

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  The Food and Drug Administration has granted accelerated approval for bedaquiline, the first tuberculosis drug to be developed in 40 years. Bedaquiline is "a potential game changer" in treating drug-resistant tuberculosis, according to Dr. Manica Balasegaram, executive director of MSF's Access Campaign.

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  Local people displaced by conflict in Central African Republic are experiencing diseases related to a lack of shelter and clean water, according to MSF's Sylvain Groulx.

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Civilians are fleeing their homes in Central African Republic as rebels advance toward the capital. MSF's Sylvain Groulx reports that the conflict is exacerbating health and humanitarian conditions that were already alarming.

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  A measles epidemic is endangering many children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. MSF is treating patients and administering hundreds of thousands of measles vaccinations.

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MSF's Thierry Goffeau speaks about rising tensions and recruitment by armed groups in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

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  MSF's Kate Elder explains how the for-profit model of drug and vaccine development fails to meet the needs of millions of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people. 

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Experts comment on a report by MSF and the Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi) which highlights the relative lack of medical research for diseases affecting millions of people in poverty.

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  Fighting has trapped tens of thousands of Syrians in the city of Deir al-Zor and there is urgent need for medical teams to be authorized to evacuate wounded people, according to an MSF team that visited the area in late November.

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Human rights activists are pressuring the government of Nigeria to fulfill its promise to remediate lead contamination from gold mines in Zamfara District. MSF's Ivan Gayton warns that the delay is preventing treatment to hundreds of children.

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  MSF's Grace Tang reports that the number of people in camps for the displaced has roughly doubled since the latest fighting broke out in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. MSF is treating patients for war injuries.

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