Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) frequently publishes updates, press releases, and other forms of communication about its work in more than 60 countries around the world. See the list below for the most recent updates or search by location, topic, or year.

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November 29, 2010

The recent report on AIDS in South Africa, where Doctors Without Borders has been providing AIDS treatment for 10 years, lays out stark policy choices its government must make in order to reduce AIDS deaths and avert millions of infections in the next 20 years.

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November 29, 2010

When a number of measles epidemics hit DRC at the same time, MSF began mass treatment and immunization programs in several parts of the country.

November 29, 2010

HIV/AIDS treatment in developing countries is being dealt a double blow that will mean treatment recommendations cannot be implemented and the promise of new scientific research will remain unfulfilled.

November 28, 2010

With the “Hands off Our Medicine” campaign, MSF is attempting to counteract policies that could restrict access to generic medicines in the developing world, medicines that are crucial to MSF's work and the short- and long-term health of patients.

November 28, 2010

Since cholera began to spread in Haiti, MSF has treated more than 18,000 patients in 27 Cholera Treatment Centers (CTCs) throughout the country and is anticipating treating many more in the coming days.

November 28, 2010

An overview of ongoing MSF activities in Pakistan related to this summer's massive floods.

November 28, 2010

Shortages of medical supplies and electricity, along with restrictions on both the import of materials and the provision of permits for expat personnel, continue to limit the people of Gaza's ability to receive appropriate medical care.

November 24, 2010

A family in Helmand is driven to MSF's Boost Hospital after being stalked by danger and violence on the roads and at home.

November 24, 2010

Iraqis have faced two wars, several years of embargoes, and seven years of instability and violence, which has led to the disruption of the country's health system.

November 23, 2010

Guest blog by David M. Olson, MD, Medical Advisor, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), New York, NY, USA. This week I have been called back to Haiti because of the cholera epidemic that first hit in late October and which continues to have a devastating effect. At the time of writing this post, more than 1,100 people have died and over 18,000 hospitalizations due to cholera have been reported throughout the country. 

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