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

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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.

March 19, 2011

The Japanese Red Cross has not asked for financial assistance, though other branches of the Red Cross and other relief agencies are collecting money targeted for the country. But Japan is not Haiti in that it is a rich country with a disaster relief infrastructure in place. Some are arguing that individuals should not donate their money specifically for Japan. Jennifer Tierney, US Director of Development, explains why MSF is not accepting restricted donations for Japan.

March 10, 2011

Today, on International Women's Day, another woman will join the some 2 million others suffering from obstetric fistula.  
 

February 23, 2011

In southern Sudan, most medical facilities were destroyed during more than two decades of civil war. Now, the dire lack of health clinics, the long distances involved in reaching them, often days of walking and the unattainable costs of care are all barriers to people seeking medical help.

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January 21, 2011

In southern Sudan, most medical facilities were destroyed during more than two decades of civil war. Now, the dire lack of health clinics, the long distances involved in reaching them, often days of walking and the unattainable costs of care are all barriers to people seeking medical help.  

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January 19, 2011

Are the European Union and its multinational pharmaceutical companies now pressuring the Indian prime minister's office? In recent months, as negotiators from India and Europe have been thrashing out the details of a free trade agreement to be signed within months, people living with HIV have been hitting the streets. From New Delhi to Nairobi and Brussels to Bangkok, they have been protesting against the very real threat posed to India's ability to supply life-saving generic medicines to people across the developing world.  

December 31, 2010

In the 10 weeks since an epidemic erupted in Haiti, cholera has killed more than 3,000 people -- partly because the distribution of health supplies remains a logistical nightmare.

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