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The Philippine Senate Dengvaxia Report Implicates Ex-Prez Aquino, et al

The draft Philippine Senate Committee Report on its investigations into the massive Dengvaxia inoculation of 830,000 children, without their parent’s informed consent and required professional advice, has implicated former president Benigno S. Aquino, former Cabinet secretaries Florencio Abad, Department of Budget and Management (DBM); and Janette Garin of the DoH because of the undue haste on the purchase and sale of the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia manufactured by French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi Pasteur. Continue reading The Philippine Senate Dengvaxia Report Implicates Ex-Prez Aquino, et al

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LIVE: Philippine Senate Investigates Aquino Gov’t Culpability re Sanofi Dengvaxia Mass Vaccinations

The Duterte government of the Philippines assumed, in 2016, a battery of institutional problems that have already been addressed as much as possible. But it is the discovery of a number of deaths relating to the mass vaccinations conducted on at least 830 000 children that renewed the already abrasive relationship between Duterte and his EU counterparts. Continue reading LIVE: Philippine Senate Investigates Aquino Gov’t Culpability re Sanofi Dengvaxia Mass Vaccinations

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Parents of 830,000 Children Inoculated with Untested Dengvaxia Demand Full Accountability

Big Pharma has been selling vaccines as a proactive defense against viral infections. Western pharmaceutical companies are trustworthy manufacturers of medicines because of their continuing research and development efforts. These are some of the presumptions which led to the decision to purchase around $70.2 million worth of Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccines prior to the 2016 presidential election, which saw the major defeat of those who made the purchase. Continue reading Parents of 830,000 Children Inoculated with Untested Dengvaxia Demand Full Accountability