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As negotiations for the TPP agreement move to Malaysia this week, MSF urges negotiating countries to remove terms that could block people from accessing affordable medicines, choke off production of generic medicines, and constrain the ability of governments to pass laws in the interest of public health.

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Three months after a coup in CAR, the country remains gripped by a humanitarian emergency made worse as the international community looks on with indifference.

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A new report by MSF focuses on the mental health consequences of violence on ordinary people in the south of the country.

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More than 20,000 people are largely cut off from aid in South Sudan's Northern Bahr el Ghazal state after fleeing violence in the disputed border region with Sudan's South Darfur state.

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As host to both AIDS conference and TPP trade talks this month, Malaysia reportedly vows to reject a TPP trade agreement that harms access to medicines; other countries should follow suit, and Malaysia should be held to its pledge.

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The price of first- and second-line ARVs to treat HIV are falling because of increased competition among generic producers, but newer ARVs continue to be priced astronomically high.

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New WHO recommendations include earlier antiretroviral therapy for people living with HIV, improved protocols to prevent HIV from being transmitted from mother to child, and regular and more effective monitoring of the amount of virus in people’s blood to ensure treatment is working.

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A measles epidemic is sweeping through northern Syria, a consequence of the civil war–related collapse of the country’s health system.

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Thousands  are at risk of death in Pibor County as the rainy and malaria season approaches.

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Following an attack on an office of the ICRC in Jalalabad, MSF strongly condemns violence against humanitarian workers and facilities.

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