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#TestnTreatHCV Support MSF India’s Hep-C campaign
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MSF activities in India Discover our projects in six Indian states
July 30,2014
Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College (VMMC) & Safdarjung Hospital (SJH) and The Indian Public Health Association-Delhi State Branch in collaboration... more
July 25,2014
Hepatitis C (Hep-C or HCV) is a virus that can cause liver disease, and if untreated, can be fatal. Chronic HCV is a “silent killer” as usually... more
July 20,2014
Medical Workers Also Coming Under Fire Since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza Strip, the majority of the dead and wounded in... more
EBOLA - Outbreak still not under controlCAR - Displaced and no hope of returning homeDRC - 4 MSF colleagues missing for a yearMALI - Donating bloodMEXICO - Migrants in distress
According to The Lancet Series, malnutrition contributes to nearly 50 per centof the world’s deaths among children under five. Stunting, mental and physical retardation, a weak immune system and impaired development are some of its serious consequences. Below is the experience of a mother... more

Letters from the Field

India: ‘Patients’ I can’t forget’

As per the latest national data from the National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Bihar recorded nearly 3,529 cases of kala azar in the state, highest in India. Dr Gaurab Mitra has been working in the kala azar programme of Doctors Without Borders...more