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In the areas held by the Sudanese government, attacks by bandits/militias on MSF and other relief agencies have intensified in frequency and brutality.

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Tuberculosis (TB) remains the leading cause of death from a curable infectious disease, despite the availability of short-course therapy that can be both inexpensive and effective.

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In the past 5 years, considerable progress has been made in scaling-up access to antiretroviral therapy.  Today, 1.3 million people are receiving treatment.  But a huge amount remains to be done.

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By Rowan Gillies and Ellen 'T hoen

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Nearly two million people are dependant on World Food Program (WFP) food distributions in order to survive in displaced persons camps in Darfur. The announcement of a reduction by half of the survival rations provided by WFP leads Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to be afraid of a serious nutritional crisis.

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By Nicolas De Torrenté, Executive Director of MSF-USA

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Since February 2006, the Angolan capital of Luanda has been experiencing its worst ever cholera epidemic, with an average of 500 new cases per day. The outbreak has also rapidly spread to other areas; to date, 11 of Angola’s 18 provinces are reporting cases.

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Dear Mr. White, We are writing to you to express our concern about the lack of availability in developing countries of the new melt extrusion (Meltrex) formulation of lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r), marketed as Kaletra (200/50mg tablets).

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History is threatening to repeat itself for AIDS patients in the developing world. In Lagos, Nigeria, and many other parts of Africa, the next crisis has already arrived.

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