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about 6 months ago

Thousands of parents of children given the Dengvaxia vaccine gathered at the Public Attorney's Office to seek medical and legal assistance.

about 6 months ago

Dengvaxia maker Sanofi Pasteur refuses to grant the Department of Health's demand to refund used vaccines worth ₱1.8 billion.

about 6 months ago

The Public Attorney's Office (PAO) on Monday filed a civil case against two former health officials and Dengvaxia maker Sanofi Pasteur over the dengue vaccine mess.

about 6 months ago

Health Secretary Duque also appealed to the public to not add to the misinformation surrounding Dengvaxia and other vaccination programs of the agency. 

about 6 months ago

Sanofi Pasteur said agreeing to the proposed refund of the used dengue vaccine vials will mean Dengvaxia does not work.

about 6 months ago

A group of doctors is calling on the Public Attorney's Office to leave autopsies related to the Dengvaxia controversy to forensic pathologists. But the agency stands by its work and says only the Justice Department can make them stop.

about 6 months ago

A group of doctors wants the Department of Justice (DOJ) to halt autopsies on children vaccinated with Dengvaxia.

about 6 months ago

Medical experts looking into deaths supposedly related to Dengvaxia have released their findings.

about 6 months ago

East Avenue Medical Center pediatrician Ramon Severino says although vaccines are not 100 percent effective, vaccinated children have better protection from diseases.

about 6 months ago

The controversy surrounding the dengue vaccine is discouraging some parents to allow their children benefit from other government immunization programs. But health officials say parents should not to let the issue get in the way of their children's health.