Dengvaxia manufacturer, nagbayad nga ba ng milyon-milyon para kalimutan ang isyu sa Dengvaxia scandal

November 29 (Wednesday), when a pharmaceutical company named Sanofi Pasteur announced the risk of severe dengue risk once Dengvaxia, dengue vaccine produced by Sanofi Pasteur, was given to patients who have not had the virus in the past because it was only beneficial in the prevention of dengue fever to those who have already suffered from the other serotypes of the virus.
Over  860,000 children were vaccinated in school and communities through a school-based government immunization program in April 2016, while another 32,000 people were immunized in private hospitals. 

But a few months later, reports came about the three children died because of the said dengue vaccine, which alarmed the public and caused the Department of Health (DOH) to suspend the distribution of Dengvaxia in the market.

Because of this controversial issue that the Sanofi Pasteur, particularly Dengvaxia, is facing right now, Erwin Tulfo, a veteran radio and TV anchor who is known for his straight forward and feisty commentaries, started a live video on his Facebook account to reveal the information he received from his reliable source about the actions that Sanofi Pasteur would do to bring the issue on Dengvaxia Scandal to an end. 

According to Tulfo, the company hired a Public Relation (PR) to stop the media and divert the issue from the public.


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