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Patients Stories

Zoya's story: "I have returned from the brink of death"

Zoya's story: "I have returned from the brink of…

As well as suffering a lack of awareness and social stigma, kala azar-HIV co-infected patients are also prone to other infections, relapse more often and are at a greater risk of death. 39-year-old ZoRead More

Ebola outbreak: “I will start today from zero”

“At first, we didn’t believe in Ebola,” says Marie-Vincent, a woman recently discharged from MSF’s Ebola treatment centre (ETC) in Bikoro, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). She has just recovered frRead More

Renewed hope- Stories of four patients fighting drug-…

For World TB Day 2018, we celebrate the courage and endurance of four MSF patients who are currently undergoing treatment for drug-resistant TB (DR-TB). Pooja, Rekha, Vikas and Sita are receiving careRead More

Delhi: Bringing medical care to victims of sexual and…

Shailja was three months pregnant when she first came to Umeed Ki Kiran, a community-based clinic run by Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in North West Delhi’s densely populateRead More

Bangladesh: Forced from home

Bangladesh: Forced from home

More than 688,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Cox's Bazar, a district in southeast Bangladesh, since late August 2017, after fleeing violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar. They joined several otherRead More

“He would come home drunk, beat me, pee on my face and threaten to abuse me in worse ways.”

“He would come home drunk, beat me, pee on my face and…

A thin framed Kamla looked around through her meek sunken eyes, unsure whether she was at the right place, wondering whether she should share her experience or not. This was the first time she was visRead More

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