Department of Health (DOH), Public Attorney's Office (PAO) should work together vs Sanofi - Senator JV Ejercito
Senator JV Ejercito to critics: Hindi ako bayaran ng Sanofi
Sanofi should take responsibility for Dengvaxia mess - Senator Joseph Victor G. Ejercito
Sanofi dapat maglaan ng indemnity fund sa Dengvaxia victims - Senator JV Ejercito
There had been alleged efforts from the Department of Health (DOH) to conceal some vital information concerning the anti-dengue vaccine manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur Inc.
Department of Health (DOH) may solid case laban sa Sanofi - DOH Sec. Francisco Duque III
Wala pang formal letter ang Sanofi na ibabalik nila ang P1.4B - DOH Sec. Francisco Duque III
Meeting ni Benigno Aquino III sa Sanofi, kaduda-duda - Senator JV Ejercito
Government contract with Sanofi for Dengvaxia ‘disadvantageous’ to Pinoys – Gabriela Rep. Arlene Brosas
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".
2 beses nakipagkita si Benigno Aquino III sa Sanofi officials - Senator JV Ejercito
The Philippines intends to sue Sanofi after authorities suspended the pharmaceutical giant's anti-dengue vaccine in response to the company warning the drug could lead to severe infections in some cases, the health secretary said Thursday.…
Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon expects "major, major" graft cases to be filed against top officials of the Aquino administration for the undue haste in approving and bankrolling the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine just months before the 2016…
A world-first dengue vaccination programme in the Philippines that was suspended over safety concerns will not cause anyone who was immunised to die, drug manufacturer Sanofi and local authorities said on Monday.
The controversial anti-dengue vaccine of Sanofi will not only lead to more serious disease, it could also be fatal.
Dengvaxia does not only cause a severe disease, it actually can kill, Senator Tito Sotto said.
The Philippines is prepared for a "worst-case scenario" following warnings that an anti-dengue vaccine administered to thousands of children may worsen the disease in some cases, a health official said Saturday.