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23 March, 2012
    Phumeza is an XDR-TB patient and a blogger for the TBME project. In her fourth video blog, Phumeza thanks the readers of her blog, especially for the comments and messages of support. To read the rest of her blog, go to msf.me/GCWOPQ
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22 March, 2012
  Phumeza, 21, is an XDR-TB patient who currently lives at the Lizo Nobanda TB Care Centre in Khayelitsha. Phumeza blogs about her experiences on MSF’s collaborative TB blog, TB&ME. This is her second video. Visit the TB&ME blog here: http://blogs.msf.org/tb/
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22 March, 2012
  Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis patient and TBME blogger Athong talks from India about how MSF has helped him with the disease. To read his blog visit http://bit.ly/GJ6jBq
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22 March, 2012
  Phumeza is an XDR-TB patient and a blogger for the TBME project. In her third video blog, Phumeza talks about a book that has particularly inspired her, since she has been living in the TB patient facility in South Africa. To read the rest of her blog, go to http://blogs.msf.org/tb/
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21 March, 2012
  Phumeza, 21, is an XDR-TB patient who currently lives at the Lizo Nobanda TB Care Centre in Khayelitsha. Phumeza blogs about her experiences on MSF’s collaborative TB blog, TB&ME. In the first of four video diaries, Phumeza talks about where she lives. Visit the TB&ME blog here: http://blogs.msf.org/tb/
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19 March, 2012
  Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis patient and TBME blogger Athong talks from India about the stigma he faces living with the disease. To read his blog visit: http://blogs.msf.org/tb/
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16 March, 2012
    Installation art piece about the tragedy of xenophobia
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7 February, 2012
As India and the European Union prepare to meet at a New Delhi summit to finalize a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) under negotiation since 2007, Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF), the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), SECTION27 and He-Tic held a picket to warn that harmful provisions in the agreement could have a severely negative impact on access to medicine for people in developing countries. Photo: Borrie La Grange/MSF   Photo: Borrie La Grange/...
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11 January, 2012
Two years after the devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince, nearly 500,000 displaced Haitians are still living in extremely precarious conditions. MSF is still working to contain the cholera epidemic and to provide emergency medical care. Access to free care in Haiti remains indeed virtually non-existent for people who live in precarious conditions, those who are far from urban centers or those who can not afford health care in the private facilities that exist in Haiti. In the aftermath of...
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