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Farmers cultivate their land near the village of Riko in Katsina State amid a drought.

COP28: Leaders must take action on health impacts of climate change

News Nov 28, 2023

story Oct 24, 2023

“We dread nightfall”: Voices from Gaza

Wounded and displaced Palestinians in Gaza sit in front of a blue wall

News Nov 27, 2023

Ukraine: MSF teams witness attacks on two hospitals

The partially shattered glass window of an MSF ambulance in Selydove.

News Nov 28, 2023

Burkina Faso: Malnutrition surges among children trapped by conflict

Mothers and their children in a women's club session in an IDP camp in Kongoussi, Burkina Faso

story Nov 29, 2023

MSF responds after Category 5 Hurricane Otis hits Acapulco

2.Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responds to the emergency following Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, Mexico

Speaking out about the emergencies our staff and patients witness is part of who we are. Explore our history and principles.

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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.

Story | Jul 13, 2023

Johnson & Johnson deal falls short for people with TB

Johnson & Johnson must end its patent monopoly on bedaquiline so generic versions of this lifesaving drug can be widely produced.

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A woman in a green headscarf and her young daughter are treated for drug resistant tuberculosis at MSF’s treatment center in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

News | Apr 26, 2023

J&J must stop blocking generic versions of lifesaving TB drug

J&J’s patent monopoly continues to keep bedaquiline out of reach.

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Screening session for TB

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 | Nov 08, 2022

MSF: Opportunity to increase access to newer, safer TB drugs is at risk

With newer TB drugs set to go off patent in 2023, drugmakers J&J, Otsuka, and TB Alliance must remove additional barriers that block more affordable versions from entering the market.

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Chetan Kharatmol, DRTB patient from Chembur

News | Oct 18, 2021

EndTB clinical trial for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis concludes enrollment

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A child sits between two people in surgical masks after completing TB treatment from MSF in Papua New Guinea.

News | Sep 03, 2021

MSF: Pediatric formulations of lifesaving TB medicines must be more widely affordable and available

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

News | Jul 28, 2021

World Hepatitis Day: MSF launches partnership to tackle hepatitis C

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Hepatitis C active case finding

Story | May 14, 2021

India: Responding to the COVID-19 crisis and other urgent needs

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MSF responds to COVID-19 in Mumbai, India

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