Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III and Sen. Joel Villanueva are seeking the lifting of the government's limiting the training of those licensed massage therapists to centers accredited only by the Department of Health (DOH).…
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Senator Joel Villanueva has called on the Department of Health (DoH) to “simplify” its licensure regulations for massage therapists following the implementation of an order requiring them to secure a license before they can practice their…
Senator Tito Sotto wants Department of Health to probe Food and Drug Administration over Dengvaxia mess
Senator Nancy Binay on Thursday called on concerned officials to ensure that there will be no firecracker-related casualties and injuries in the traditional merrymaking to start the New Year.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has ordered the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) to provide free legal assistance to all victims and families who suffered because of the vaccination of the anti-dengue Dengvaxia.
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Several agencies where pork barrel funds used to be allocated got hefty increases under the P3.767-trillion national budget for 2018 in preparation for the midterm polls, Philippine Star reported Saturday (December 16).
Former President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III faces a criminal complaint before the Office of the Ombudsman over the P3.5 billion purchase of the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia.
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French drug manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur has had a string cases in the past, even up to last Oct. where they were made to pay tens to hundreds of millions of dollars for various serious offenses ranging from bribery, false claims to…
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial believes that she was rejected by the powerful Commission on Appointments because she made a stand against procuring more units of the Dengvaxia vaccine.
President Noynoy Aquino should not be blamed for the botched anti-dengue vaccination program, but “bad science,” two doctors said at the Senate probe on Thursday (December 14).
Besides possible refund being exacted by no less than President Duterte from French pharmaceutical company.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on Wednesday believes that former Department of Health (DOH) Sec. Janette Garin should take the blame for the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine mess whcih she approved as head of the Food and Drug…
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Tuesday President Rodrigo Duterte would heed the Department of Health's (DOH) recommendation to hold French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur accountable for the dengue vaccine controversy.
President Rodrigo Duterte will go after the individuals who may have criminal liability in connection with the government's purchase of P3.5-billion worth of Dengvaxia vaccine, Malacañang said.
Children, including toddlers were also vaccinated with Dengvaxia, officials from the Department of Health (DOH) admitted to Senate probers during Monday’s hearing on the controversial dengue fever vaccine.
Senator Richard Gordon believes former President Benigno Aquino III was in cahoots with former Budget Secretary Florencio Abad Jr. regarding the procurement of P3.5 billion worth on Dengvaxia vaccine against dengue.
Former Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Enrique Ona on Sunday distanced himself from the dengue vaccine mess since he has already left DOH when officials decided to purchase Dengvaxia for its dengue immunization program in 2016.
Ex-Department of Health Secretaries Janette Loreto Garin, Doctor Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial dumalo sa pagdinig ng Senado sa Dengvaxia
The Aquino administration wanted as much as P5 billion allocation for the dengue vaccination program, Sen. Richard Gordon on Sunday revealed.
Senate probe on the controversial P3.5 billion dengue fever vaccine until former Pres. Benigno Aquino III gives his side on the issue.
Former Department of Health (DOH) Sec. Paulyn Jean Ubial could find herself in deep trouble for continuing the P3.5 billion Sanofi dengue fever vaccine during her brief stint.
Being a member of President Rodrigo Duterte’s political party will not save former Liberal Party members from the administration’s crackdown on proponents of the P3.5 billion Sanofi dengue vaccine.