MSF emergency coordinator, Dr Tankred Stoebe, is currently travelling across Southeast Asia to assess how MSF can support health authorities and health facilities prepare for potential outbreaks of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Specialised medical protective equipment from MSF is on its way to Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital in the capital city of Hubei province, China, the epicentre of the current coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
MSF’s epidemiologists and infectious disease experts are following the fast-evolving development of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus
Indian Patent Office has dismissed all the patent challenges (called a pre-grant patent opposition) that were made by civil society and the patent on sofosbuvir has now been granted.
Humanitarian aid to Syria is at an impasse as the conflict enters its second year. In nine days, leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa will meet in Durban for the Brics summit.
'Patent opposition’ seeks to ensure millions of people left out of Gilead licensing deals can access affordable generics.
Policies underlying international development aid by traditional donors are predominantly driven by the classification of countries according to their gross national income per capita.
Middle-income countries are increasingly taking measures to overcome the patents that price drugs out of reach, according to a new report released today from MSF, "Untangling the web of antiretroviral price reductions."