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Read about first-hand accounts from MSF aid workers and patients.
MSF doctor Mutwali Adam describes his experience providing medical care in the wake of violence in Sudan's North Darfur state.
MSF project manager Loïc Jaeger describes the situation in Syria, where he spent two months working in an MSF hospital.
MSF Dr. Susanna Ericsson describes the experience of a patient in Shamwana, where ongoing fighting between government forces and militias has forced thousands of people to flee into the bush.
Dr. Martial Ledecq, a surgeon who recently completed a one-month mission in Syria with MSF, discusses his work and the notion of neutrality in a starkly divided country.
British surgeon Paul McMaster recently returned from Syria, where he treated the wounded first in an operating theater set up in a cave and then on a farm.
Nurse Brett Adamson recently completed a six-month mission in Kunduz, Afghanistan, where MSF runs a hospital providing emergency surgery to people with life-threatening injuries.
Ruth Priestley is an MSF operating theater nurse who recently returned from Syria. Here she discusses her experience in MSF's surgical trauma hospital.
In late March 2012, an MSF team crossed the Turkish border into Syria in an effort to provide medical aid in the Idlib region.
Trained with the aid of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Dr. Valentin Vadandi is one of the few experts in obstetric fistula surgery in the world.
Operating theater nurse Mateja Stare spent one month in Gaza working at the MSF field hospital in Khan Younis.
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