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DRC Ebola outbreak on 'epidemiological knife edge' — WHO
DRC Ebola outbreak on 'epidemiological knife edge' — WHO
An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has a clear "potential to expand", the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned on Wednesday,...
A doctor reflects on his time spent fighting Ebola
A doctor reflects on his time spent fighting Ebola
Months of talking and more than a year of reflecting, and finally on January 6 we went into the Magburaka government hospital to work alongside...
Call for independent inquiry into Afghan hospital attack
Call for independent inquiry into Afghan hospital attack
United States special operations forces – not their Afghan allies – called in the deadly airstrike on the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)...
Africa's Ebola outbreak has not run its course - UN envoy
Africa's Ebola outbreak has not run its course - UN envoy
The worst recorded outbreak of the Ebola virus has killed more than 11 000 people across West Africa since late 2013, but had abated in recent...
Sierra Leone to order anti-Ebola shutdown
Sierra Leone to order anti-Ebola shutdown
Sierra Leone said Saturday it will confine people to their homes in a nationwide three-day shutdown later this month aimed at containing the Ebola...
'Almost zero' response to Ebola from Western leaders
'Almost zero' response to Ebola from Western leaders
The international community has made "almost zero" response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, with Western leaders more interested in protecting...
Countering TB resistance was futile – but no longer
Countering TB resistance was futile – but no longer
It was May 23 2010 and 21-year-old Funiwe Mbhamhama woke to the beautiful but forlorn sound of church singing. She looked at the sun streaming in...
Patients before patents, demand health activists
Patients before patents, demand health activists
Activists have demanded that government provide access to cheaper medicines for patients by finalising South Africa's long-awaited intellectual...
Thousands flood makeshift camp in CAR
Thousands flood makeshift camp in CAR
Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) said on Sunday that it was receiving between 15 and 20 wounded a day at a makeshift camp at Bangui airport in Central...
Eastern Cape drug depot in extremis
Eastern Cape drug depot in extremis
A coalition of health advocacy organisations has appealed to Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi to put the Eastern Cape health ­department under...
Don't backtrack on Aids, MSF warns Western donors
Don't backtrack on Aids, MSF warns Western donors
Cutting funding for HIV/Aids treatment would condemn millions of poor people to death, international medical NGO Médicins sans Frontières said on...
MSF: Zim migrants to SA on the increase
MSF: Zim migrants to SA on the increase
The number of Zimbabweans entering South Africa illegally is increasing and many of them need healthcare, Médicins sans Frontières (MSF) said in...

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