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


October 28, 2011

Doctors Without Borders launches an app that enables supporters to donate their Facebook or Twitter profiles for its initiative to "help rewrite the story of malnutrition." 

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October 19, 2011

Nathan Ford, medical director for Doctors Without Borders, warns that with too much focus on developing a malaria vaccine, the global donor community might forget about the standard preventative measures (such as mosquito netting and spraying) that still need to be funded until a vaccine is 100 percent effective.

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October 03, 2011

Plumpy'nut, a simple formula of peanuts, sugar, proteins, and vitamins, has changed the model of care for malnutrition by allowing for treatment at home. However, patents on such food products are driving up prices, rendering mass production nearly impossible.  
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September 14, 2011

As United States trade representatives thrash out an international trade deal in Chicago, truly ominous developments are unfolding behind the scenes.

August 30, 2011

Aid workers say they are taking seriously alleged sexual assaults of up to two dozen women at camp for migrant workers.

August 29, 2011

Chagas has been a scourge of the developing world for decades—particularly in poor Latin American countries, where a bug known as the kissing bug transmits the disease—but it's increasingly becoming a U.S. health problem.  

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July 29, 2011

Watch ABC News Correspondent David Muir as he makes his way to Dadaab refugee camp and visits the MSF intensive care unit where MSF staff are treating severely malnourished children.

July 04, 2011

From Sarah Boseley's Global Health Blog: Multi-drug resistant tuberculosis is on on the rise and hard to cure. Médecins Sans Frontières wants people with the disease to blog about it, to find out what they really need.

May 02, 2011

The patent pool is a better solution: Johnson & Johnson and these other companies should sit down at the negotiating table. By joining up, they can make a huge impact on public health at a price they can easily afford.

March 29, 2011

MSF Field Coordinator, Carole Coeur, in western Ivory Coast, did an interview on CNN International on Sunday, March 27, 2011.  She discussed the situation in the western part of the country where intense fighting is taking place and health staff is fleeing.