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Sudanese women and children wait for malnutrition care from MSF in Zamzam camp.

Sudan’s humanitarian catastrophe must be addressed

News Apr 12, 2024

story Apr 05, 2024

Six months of siege and bloodshed in Gaza

A group of Palestinians in front of smoke from a building destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza.

story Apr 10, 2024

Sudan: Witnessing a life-and-death emergency on a massive scale

Sudanese refugees on hospital beds in eastern Chad

story Apr 09, 2024

Haiti: "Our health care system is falling apart"

A person rides a motorcycle through fire in Haiti.

News Apr 05, 2024

Ukraine: MSF condemns missile attack on its office in Pokrovsk

ATTACK ON MSF FACILITY - Pokrovsk

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Story | Sep 18, 2023

The long and winding road to affordable access to a key TB drug

Christophe Perrin, the MSF Access Campaign‘s TB advocacy pharmacist, discusses the need for secure affordable access to improved TB medicines.

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An MSF doctor in India looks at an X-ray of a lung.

News | Sep 12, 2023

J&J and Cepheid must expand access to TB drug and tests

TB is curable but remains the world’s leading infectious disease killer as pharma corporations stand in the way of affordable medical tools

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A patient sits at a table in front of an MSF staff member for a free X-ray at an MSF tuberculosis (TB) screening sites in Manila.

News | Sep 05, 2023

South Africans prepare for cholera outbreaks amid climate change

As climate change increases the frequency and scale of cholera outbreaks, MSF is training health and disaster management workers to respond.

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An MSF staff member in white vest shows a South African woman how to prepare for future cholera outbreaks.

Story | Mar 23, 2023

How to end TB: Teach it at school

MSF has developed a TB education curriculum that empowers educators and learners to become TB advocates.

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News | Mar 23, 2023

MSF applauds rejection of J&J attempt to extend TB drug patent

The rejection of the salt form of bedaquiline is welcome news for people with drug-resistant tuberculosis.

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Mirror of a woman wearing a surgical face mask in Mumbai, India.

News | Dec 21, 2022

MSF trial finds better treatment for people with TB

Results published in the New England Journal of Medicine today show that a much shorter treatment regimen for drug-resistant TB is safer and cured almost 90 percent of patients

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Brian Andrew goes to the MSF TB clinic in Kerema every day to take his medication under supervision. Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea, June 2019.

News | Nov 29, 2022

MSF: ViiV must make groundbreaking HIV prevention injection affordable and available

Removing barriers that block access to this medicine could help avoid millions of new HIV infections.

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MSF restarts HIV-related activities in Beira after the Cyclone Idai

Story | Jun 14, 2022

Video: Communities use music to cope after devastating floods in South Africa

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News | Apr 29, 2022

South Africa: Survivors of severe flash floods are in urgent need of water, aid

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eThekwini Floods: Kwadebeka medical team activities

News | Apr 22, 2022

South Africa: MSF responds to devastating floods as people struggle to access clean water

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Ethekwini Flooding: Flood damage

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