Department of Health (DOH) demands P1.4-B refund from Sanofi Pasteur
The government should demand the full refund of the P3.5 billion payment to Sanofi Pasteur in the acquisition of the Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccines, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Sunday said.
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, Education Secretary Leonor Briones and other government officials have been asked by the Supreme Court (SC) to comment on the petitions seeking to compel the government to provide free medical attention…
Sangkatutak ang kaso ng Sanofi Pasteur sa ibang bansa - Senator Richard Gordon
Former President Benigno Aquino III cannot escape liability over the Dengvaxia mess, Gabriela said in their complaint against him before the Office of the Ombudsman.
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.
Contrary to the claims of the manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur, Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Chief Persida Acosta has discovered there are already two children who received the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia have died from the disease.
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Senator Joseph Victor Ejercito on Friday bared that his 17-year-old son, Jose Emilio, was given three doses of the controversial Dengvaxia dengue vaccine.
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.
Senator Richard Gordon on Thursday assured former president Noynoy Aquino that he has no intention of besmirching his reputation when he called for a probe on the purchase of P3.5 billion worth of vaccine during his presidency.
Damn if you do, damn if you don’t.
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).
President Rodrigo Duterte will not pass judgment yet on the officials involved in the controversial procurement of P3.5- billion worth of anti-dengue vaccine.
Besides possible refund being exacted by no less than President Duterte from French pharmaceutical company.
Former President Benigno Aquino III will attend the continuation of the Senate blue ribbon committee's investigation Thursday (Deecember 14) into the procurement of P3.5 billion worth of Dengvaxia vaccine, Politiko has learned.
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.
French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi on Monday urged the Philippines to lift the suspension of its anti-dengue vaccine, insisting it was safe, but the government accused the firm of "dishonesty".
Senator Richard Gordon smells something fishy about the speed with which P3.5 billion in government funds were made available for the procurement of the Dengvaxia vaccine against dengue.
Senator Nancy Binay expressed sympathy for parents worried about their children who were vaccinated with Dengvaxia as protection against dengue, saying she can relate to what they feel.
Sen. Richard Gordon claimed that people have become afraid of getting state-sponsored inoculations after Sanofi admitted that the P3.5 billion worth of dengue vaccines the government administered to over 700,000 schoolchildren were…
The House good government and public accountability committee will reopen its inquiry into the Department of Health’s P3.5-billion dengue fever immunization drive with the emergence of new material information about Dengvaxia’s safety and…