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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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A House subcommittee held a hearing on international trade disputes with India. Most of the event was devoted to U.S. drug company Pfizer's complaints about Indian policies that have fostered the country's billion-dollar generics industry.

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MSF's Phil Hall describes his recent assignment in northern Syria as an anesthesiologist in a field hospital located in a converted chicken farm.

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South Africa has made major progress in the fight against AIDS since 2001, when MSF was the only organization providing antiretroviral treatment in the country. "Adherence clubs" piloted by MSF now make treatment more accessible than ever.

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MSF's Stephen Cornish describes the devastating consequences of aerial bombardments, massive displacements and the collapse of the health system in Syria.

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MSF's David Rothstein speaks about his work in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and a screening of the film "Access to the Danger Zone" in Chicago.

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