While the deadly Ebola virus continues to spread in West Africa, South African medical field workers have spoken about the impossible decisions they have faced while trying to stem the tide of the disease.
A South African doctor explains why she's dedicated to helping sick children in Sierra Leone where the deadly virus has struck.
Returning from Ebola-gripped West Africa, four MSF fieldworkers today described their experiences and reached out to South Africans calling for their support.
South Africa (SA)'s record in handling the initial HIV/AIDS pandemic (without antiretroviral drugs) and the rapid spread of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR TB) are major red flags warning that it may not have the capacity to face the deadly drug-defiant West African Ebola virus.
Ane Bjøru Fjeldsæter, MSF psychologist shares her experience working in Liberia to help in the fight against Ebola.
In 2009 Dr Mohammed Dalwai joined MSF (Doctors Without Borders) and spent six months as an emergency room doctor in Timergara, a restive city in Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan.
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."
If you thought your job was tough, imagine what it must be like having to make life-or-death decisions every day?.
MSF International President, Joanne Liu's speech to the UN General Assembly High-level Meeting on Response to the Ebola Disease Outbreak.