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“Yesterday was a day of three miracles” – Dr Monica Arend-Trujillo in Bo, Sierra Leone

“Yesterday was a day of three miracles – two of our sickest ever patients were discharged, and a...

Update on Médecins Sans Frontières' Ebola response

Since the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was officially declared on 22 March in Guinea, it has...


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Daily News: Pakistan hospital an eye-opener for Dwyer


Jess Dwyer has been busy saving babies from death's door in Pakistan. She has just returned from volunteering in Peshawar where she headed the nursing team at a neo-natal unit, which was newly built by non-profit organisation...

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ABC PM: Ebola cases declining in Liberia, rising in Sierra Leone


No country has been worse hit by the Ebola outbreak than Liberia. John Edwards, the advocacy manager for Médecins Sans Frontières, spoke to David Mark.

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ABC Radio Australia: Drones trialled getting tuberculosis samples from PNG villages


Médecins Sans Frontières has adopted a novel approach trialling small unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs, or drones as their commonly known.

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Medical Observer: An eye-opening experience


Australian GP Dr Roslyn Brooks shares in her work experience of Uganda.

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Lateline: Hundreds volunteer for Ebola work


Hundreds of Australian health workers are registering to be sent to Ebola-affected countries in West Africa. It comes after the Government announced it would give a Canberra-based private medical firm $20 million to set up an...

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ABC Ballarat: 6 November, 2014 3:50PM AEDT "It's worse than war" - Ballarat nurse fights ebola in Liberia


A Ballarat aid nurse has said the damage being done to ebola-stricken communities in West Africa is worse than the wars, epidemics and natural disasters she has encountered before.

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ABC News Radio: Médecins Sans Frontières Australia welcomes Australia's extra support for the fight against ebola in West Africa


After weeks of pressure to send Australian medical personnel to fight the ebola outbreak in West Africa, the Australian Government this afternoon announced it's still not sending anyone.

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Hobart Observer: Emma’s aid shows no bounds


FOR most people, travelling to a country or an area classified as “dangerous” is an unthinkable act. But for Emma Clark, of Hobart, it is “all part of the job.”

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Maori TV: Northland doctor wants to help in the battle against Ebola


Northland Medical Officer Clair Mills is heading to West Africa to lead an organisation working to eradicate the killer disease.

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TVNZ: Kiwi doctor opposes entry restrictions from Ebola countries


A Kiwi doctor who's joining a Médecins Sans Frontières team to fight Ebola says calls to restrict travellers from West African nations are going too far.

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