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Australia must go beyond a financial pledge and join the US led international response to fight Ebola

September 17, 2014 – Médecins Sans Frontières Australia (Doctors Without Borders) has today called...

Médecins Sans Frontières opens two Ebola treatment centres in DRC

Médecins Sans Frontières has opened two treatment centres in response to the Ebola epidemic raging...

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ABC Radio National Breakfast: Médecins Sans Frontières in South Sudan


The civil war in South Sudan has entered its ninth month. Fighting between government troops and rebels has resulted in widespread civilian deaths and the displacement of more than one million people. Michael Seawright,


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ABC AM: Disease, displacement, war crimes - South Sudan at breaking point


While the world grapples with containing the Ebola outbreak, pressure continues to build on the Australian Government to increase aid to South Sudan where aid groups are warning of a dire humanitarian crisis. Michael Seawright is...

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New Matilda: From The Frontline Of What's Left Of Gaza


In Gaza, entire streets have been reduced to rubble. Michele Beck, Medical Team Leader with Médecins Sans Frontières, took advantage of the truce to go to the north of the Gaza strip, severely damaged during the war.

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ABC Triple J Hack: Ebola in Australia? Yes, but it's in a lab


The death toll from the latest outbreak of ebola has reached 1000, making it the deadliest outbreak since the virus was discovered in the 1970s. There are now four countries scrambling to contain it: Guinea, Sierra Leone,...

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The Canberra Times: Border authorities on alert over Ebola virus


Canberra epidemiologist Kamalini Lokuge, who recently returned from Guinea in West Africa where she was responding to the Ebola outbreak with Médecins Sans Frontières said the best way to keep Australia safe was to help control...

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ABC Late Night Live: Ebola - a personal story


Epidemiologist Kamalini Lokuge, recently returned from Guinea, after looking after patients who had contacted Ebola. Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are among the worst hit countries in West Africa.

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2SER: The Ebola Crisis


The worst Ebola outbreak on record has so far killed more than 800 people, and infected 1300 in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Epidemiologist Dr Kamalini Lokuge from Médecins Sans Frontières, who was in Guinea treating the...

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Sunrise: World's deadliest virus


Dr Kamalini Lokuge talks to Sunrise on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

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ABC 7.30: Gaza - 'the worst we have ever seen' says MSF medical adviser


Conditions in Gaza have reached 'the worst we have ever seen' says Médecins Sans Frontières medical adviser Michele Beck from Al Shifa hospital.

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Medical Observer: Taking a stand against TB


An eye-opening account of the devastating effects of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis from Médecins Sans Frontières' Dr Jay Achar.

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