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MSF is closing all its medical programs in Somalia due to the repeated killing and abduction of its staff by armed groups with the support or acquiescence of civil authorities.

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MSF is raising concerns about trade negotiations that could prevent India from manufacturing affordable, generic versions of newer AIDS medications.

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MSF's Emily Slocum describes the challenges of pregnancy and birth in a conflict zone such as the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where she worked as a midwife.

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MSF's Mery Dongiovanni explains the difficulty of treating those wounded in intercommunal clashes in South Sudan's Jonglei State, where thousands of people are believed to be hiding in fear.

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Amid the chaos in the Central African Republic, children have been hardest-hit by food shortages and the lack of basic medical care, MSF's Ellen van der Velden explains.

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New WHO guidelines for HIV treatment are a major step forward, but they will be a challenge for countries such as South Africa to implement, according to MSF's Dr. Gilles van Cutsem. 

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MSF accused the international community of turning its back on the Central African Republic, where health services have disintegrated and armed groups terrorize civilians.

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NPR's Jason Beaubien visits an MSF project in Tajikistan and examines the challenges of treating kids with drug-resistant TB.

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MSF's Leena Menghaney explains that the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement would limit access to medicine by preventing the manufacture of affordable generic drugs.

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MSF's Tina Martin explains the challenges of treating tuberculosis in Tajikistan, where the disease often spreads among family members and is exacerbated by poverty and social stigma.

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