MSF India Newsletter
JULY 2018

Every year, 28 July is observed as World Hepatitis Day. Hepatitis C is a liver disease which can lead to potentially fatal conditions such a liver failure and liver cancer, if left untreated. In 2017, MSF started a pilot hepatitis C project in Meerut in collaboration with the National Health Mission. Our teams initiated nearly 1,200 people on treatment, of whom 298 have now been declared cured. In this video, we show how our teams are battling this 'silent killer.'
MSF Scientific Days
South Asia 2018
Over 750 people from 15 countries attended or participated online in our annual event which showcases operational research and its impact on saving lives. Here's a snapshot of this year's #MSFsciSA
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Ministry of Health declares Ebola epidemic over
Central Mediterranean
Aquarius returns to the sea to provide humanitarian assistance
MSF does great work in the area of health and reaches out to places and people where there is hardly any help/support. It seems it's easy but it's not.... when you read and know more. Staff risks their lives and leave their personal life behind to serve. Support this great cause.
James Jesudasan
James, a maxillo-facial surgeon from Chennai, Tamil Nadu left for Nigeria, where MSF teams battle noma, a disfiguring and often deadly infection which mainly affects children.
Ankur Rakesh
Ankur, an epidemiologist from Delhi, returned from his recent assignment in Bangladesh where MSF teams are working to address the medical needs of Rohingya refugees.

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