Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and Interactive Research and Development (IRD) announced today the start of a clinical trial in Pakistan that aims to find better, shorter treatments against multidrug-resistant forms of tuberculosis.
More than 95 per cent of people started on oral antiviral medication can be cured of hepatitis C, but currently, access to diagnosis and treatment remains low in Pakistan.
Dr. Tufail Ahmad is a Pakistani doctor working at MSF’s nutrition programme at the District Headquarter Hospital in Pakistan.
A South African advocacy manager Fezile Kanju, met health groups and academics in Pakistan to discuss ways to tackle the hepatitis C virus.
A story about Fezile Kanju who recently went to Pakistan on her first field assigment as an Advocacy Manager.
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.
The immediate implementation of the EU/Turkey agreement led to the detention of hundreds of refugees in Greece.