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The difficult days are gone
More than one month has past since I received the news that I was cured and at the end of my DR-TB treatment. The time since then has been great, I reached my aim with happiness!
10 Sep 2013 / 1 minute read
I want my wife Shirin to share her story about my TB treatment:
25 Jun 2013 / 1 minute read
23 May 2013 / 1 minute read
Do I remember my family’s reaction during the worst phase of my disease? Of course I remember and will remember those days forever.
23 Apr 2013 / 1 minute read
My name is Mukhtar
My name is Mukhtar Kamchibekov, and I was born on 7th February, 1968 in Kyrgyzstan.
20 Mar 2013 / 3 minute read
"Imagine a safe place": Working as a psychologist with refugee children
Ebola: "I was terrified of my first time in the high-risk zone. Now I train others."
Yemen: Giving hope to people caught in the crossfire
ER mode: My last patient in Nigeria
Last blog post from a Muzungu* in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Innovation: Civil war, communities and HIV
DRC: The smile that keeps me working
Iraq: "He is too young to be so hungry, too young to understand the decisions his family had to make to survive"
A neonatal experience in Gambela, Ethiopia
Crossing the swamp: How we get healthcare to the people in remote South Sudan
When people flee to seek refuge
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