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MSF's Judit Rius explains how the United States is standing in the way of an international treaty to fund research into neglected diseases.

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While drug companies celebrate price reductions that will allow girls in poor countries to be vaccinated against cervical cancer for $14 per patient, these prices are still out of reach for millions of people, MSF's Kate Elder explains.

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New vaccines, including for cervical cancer, are still priced too high to reach many girls in the world's poorest countries, according to MSF's Kate Elder.

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MSF's Caitlin Meredith speaks about her experience as an epidemiologist in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the themes of the documentary "Access to the Danger Zone," which examines the challenges that humanitarian organizations face in reaching people in need in armed conflicts.

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Armed conflict has driven thousands of people out of the town of Pinga, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, terrorizing the population and increasing the difficulty of providing urgently needed medical care.

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MSF's Kate Elder explains how the high price of vaccines prevents many children from being immunized.

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MSF's Oliver Schulz explains how a lack of aid is leaving Haitians vulnerable to cholera and other catastrophes.

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MSF's Henry Gray explains how Malian refugees are suffering from hunger after fleeing to Mbera camp in Mauritania.

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  A landmark ruling by India's Supreme Court underscores the need for patients to have access to generic medications at affordable prices, according to MSF's Jennifer Cohn.

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  MSF's Jennifer Cohn explains how a ruling by India's Supreme Court protects access to medicines for many patients in the developing world.

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