Mozambique “Once I was told that there was no cotrimoxazole at the pharmacy. It was difficult because I can’t stand spending a day without my medication but I couldn’t afford buying those at...
Last updated 30 November 2015
In the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, more than 1,300 people living with HIV/AIDS are receiving antiretroviral (ARV) treatment, around half of them in the capital, Sana’a. With the outbreak...
Last updated 29 October 2015
MSF recently released a report, HIV/TB counselling: Who is doing the job?, released at the International AIDS Conference in July 2015, on how the global response to HIV/AIDS is neglecting a crucial...
Last updated 20 July 2015
MSF expands treatment for people living with HIV, including the “Gold Standard” of treatment monitoring. Viral load testing shows the amount of HIV in the blood of a person living with the virus....
Last updated 6 August 2014
“I fell sick just after getting married. It was back in 2006, and I was working in Saudi Arabia. I went to the hospital and I found out I was HIV-positive there. At first I was shocked, I had no information...
Last updated 14 June 2013
Médecins Sans Frontières has learnt that the verdict in Indian Supreme Court case of Novartis vs. Government of India will be handed down on Monday, 1 April 2013. The verdict will be the final act...
Last updated 26 March 2013
Once considered a disease on the decline, the social and economic downfall that followed after the collapse of the Soviet Union has sparked an escalation of the TB epidemic in many post-USSR countries,...
Last updated 7 March 2013
Mari Carmen Viñoles and Jean François Saint-Sauveur landed in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe in April 2009, after several previous assignments with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Mari Carmen arrived...
Last updated 27 December 2012
MSF’s Access Campaign has been working to help MSF medical teams get access to affordable and effective medicines, suited to the environments where we operate, for well over a decade now. Dr. Manica...
Last updated 19 December 2012
Thirty years into the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and more than a decade into antiretroviral treatment (ART) being introduced in developing countries, the latest scientific evidence shows that treatment both...
Last updated 27 November 2012