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3 September, 2013
  Phumeza Tisile is one of MSF’s TB&Me bloggers and has become the first South African patient cured of extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB) using a strengthened treatment regimen which included a hard-to-come-by drug (linezolid).
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20 August, 2013
Visit our projects around the world and see what we really do. This month we see new vaccines being used in South Sudan, we see a spike in malaria in Central African Republic and we see what happens to hundreds of migrants after they are released from human traffickers in Yemen.
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26 June, 2013
    Visit our projects around the world and see what we really do. This month we see war surgery in Syria, tensions rising in Lebanon and we find out more about Tehran's neglected women. We also look to bedaquiline, a new tuberculosis drug under trial.
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19 June, 2013
  For the thousands of refugees in South Sudan’s Maban county, life remains a daily struggle as the rainy season sets in and the likelihood of returning home remains a distant dream. The living conditions in Kaya, Batil and Gendrassa camps, while improved since the initial crisis over a year and a half ago, continue to be of concern in particular due to the potential implications it has on people's health.Many of the tents currently used by refugees are damaged, and will not provide adequate...
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13 May, 2013
  Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we really do. This month, we are getting a clearer picture of the AIDS epidemic in Malawi and we visit our team in Jordan who are rebuilding shattered lives in the Middle East. We are also preparing for the rainy season in South Sudan and we look to kala azar's forgotten patients.  
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6 May, 2013
  Healing in the Shade of a Lemon Tree
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24 April, 2013
      During 2012, MSF treated 500,000 malaria patients in Democratic Republic of Congo. Many of those treated were children younger than 5 years-old. Here we share a story of Nyota, a girl aged 2        
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23 April, 2013
  Vaccine Prices: A Juggling Act to Reach Kids in Need The cost of vaccinating a child is now 26 times more expensive then just 10 years ago. So where does that leave the health of the millions of children vulnerable to some of the world's deadliest diseases?   MSF is calling for GAVI to open up its discounted prices on life-saving vaccines so that we and other NGOs and humanitarian actors can reach more children with vaccines.     Vaccines: The right tools for the job?   You know what it’...
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14 April, 2013
        Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we really do. This month, we look to the deplorable conditions of Malian refugees in Mbera camp, Mauritania. We look at the humanitarian situation in Somalia and that of sub-Saharan migrants trapped in Morocco. We also look at drug patents in India, life in Papua New Guinea and a failing health system in Chechnya.    
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