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20 March, 2014
  Executive summary: Global drug-resistant TB crisis demands mass mobilisation and new treatments Tuberculosis is one of the gravest public health threats facing the world today, and is all the more serious as drug resistance takes a grip. Tuberculosis (TB) is a curable disease, but an inadequate global response has allowed the growing epidemic...
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6 March, 2014
  On International Women’s Day 2014, as on every day, thousands of women will be forced to flee their homes. They will join the 45 million other people worldwide who are displaced, whether due to conflict, persecution, or natural disasters. More than half of all those displaced are women and children.  Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has a long ...
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3 March, 2014
  For years, Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) has been in the grip of an emergency. Persistent conflict in its eastern provinces and instability in other regions have led to recurrent humanitarian crises and outbreaks of disease.  In areas affected by conflict, members of numerous militias and armed groups do not appear to distinguish...
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25 February, 2014
  Read the report: Between Rhetoric and Reality: The Ongoing Struggle to Access Healthcare in Afghanistan 2014 is another crucial year for Afghanistan: after 12 years, the US-led NATO military intervention in the country has entered its final phase, and presidential and provincial elections are scheduled for April. As the bulk of international...
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31 January, 2014
  MSF's response to Typhoon Haiyan When Typhoon Haiyan, or Yolanda, as it is known locally, ripped through the central Philippines on 8 November 2013, it caused a disaster of a scale unprecedented in the past century in the country. Whole communities were flattened, while a tsunami-like storm surge claimed thousands of lives. Roofs were blown off...
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18 December, 2013
Download report "Providing Antiretroviral Therapy in Rural Zimbabwe 2002 - 2012: Lessons Learned and Future Directions"
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13 December, 2013
This is a plea for the Central African Republic. The Central African Republic (CAR) today finds itself in a state of chronic medical emergency. Five separate retrospective  mortality surveys, carried out by MSF and other researchers, in prefectures accounting for the majority of the population, show excess mortality above what is considered to be...
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3 December, 2013
  An implementer's guide to introducing HIV viral load monitoring HIV viral load (VL) testing has been the gold standard for monitoring the response to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in high-income settings for many years and is increasingly recognized as an important tool for the management of ART in resource-limited settings. Benefits of VL...
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2 December, 2013
  Cryptococcal meningitis is a life-threatening brain infection caused by inhalation of cryptococcus spores, a fungus found worldwide in soil. Download "Cryptococcal Meningitis: a deadly fungal desease among people living with HIV/AIDS"
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2 December, 2013
Four essential interventions to improve HIV treatment, save lives, and reduce transmission Today, nearly ten million people are receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) in developing countries, but with an estimated additional 18 million people eligible for treatment, the job is far from done. With the release of new ART guidelines in 2013,2 the...
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