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Myanmar seeks new ways to tackle urgent health threat of drug-resistant TB

Country’s first international symposium to tackle DR-TB crisis begins 22 August

"These people need assistance, more than ever.”

Christine Bimansha is a medical doctor from Congo and one of Médecins Sans Frontières’ experienced...

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A perilous journey: The obstacles to safe delivery for vulnerable women in Port-au-Prince

A report on the obstacles faced by pregnant women when searching for obstetric care in Port-au-Prince

2008

A preventable fate: The failure of ART scale-up in Myanmar

The situation for many people living with HIV in Myanmar is critical due to a severe lack of lifesaving antiretroviral treatment (ART). Médecins Sans Frontières currently provides ART to more than 11,000 people. That is the...

2008

Access to diagnosis and treatment of Chagas disease/infection in endemic and non-endemic countries in the XXI century

In this medical journal article, Médicos Sin Fronteras Spain faces the challenge of selecting, piecing together, and conveying in the clearest possible way, the main lessons learnt over the course of the last seven years in...

2007

Access to healthcare in post-war Sierra Leone

Summary of a 2005 survey in four districts: Kambia, Tonkolili, Bombali, Bo. The survey focus was on mortality, financial access to healthcare and its determinants, as well as socioeconomic conditions of the population.

2006

Access to healthcare, mortality and violence in Democratic Republic of Congo

Results of five epidemiological surveys: Kilwa, Inongo, Basankusu, Lubutu, Bunkeya March to May 2005.

2005
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