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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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  MSF condemned the looting of hospitals in the Central African Republic after the recent coup. 

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  MSF's Yann Libessart describes the poor state of Haiti's cholera treatment centers and the need for international funding of Haiti's cholera elimination plan.

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  MSF reports that the cholera crisis in Haiti is getting worse due to a lack of funding and basic medical supplies.

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  MSF's Fabio Forgione describes the humanitarian crisis facing the approximately 400,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon, with many more arriving daily.

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  U.S. proposals in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks will make lifesaving medicines unaffordable for many people who need them, MSF warns.

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MSF's Christopher Stokes and Audrey Landemann describe the catastrophic state of health care in Syria, where there is a lack of everything from qualified surgeons to medical supplies for chronic conditions.

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  MSF's Christopher Stokes describes how armed conflict has led to the collapse of Syria's medical system, leaving many Syrians without urgently needed treatment. The government and international community must remove obstacles to humantiarian aid, he said.

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Half of Syria's hospitals are out of service, leaving wounded and chronically ill patients without basic care. MSF's Mego Terzian and Bruno Jochum describe the collapse of the Syrian health system.

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