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DOH demands P1.4-B refund from Sanofi over ‘defective’ Dengvaxia

The Department of Health (DOH) has demanded P1.4 billion in refunds from pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur for its defective anti-dengue Dengvaxia vaccine. DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III on Friday said they sent a letter to Sanofi Pasteur Asia Pacific chief Thomas Triomphe asking for a refund of P1.4 billion for the remaining unused anti-dengue vaccines. The Dengvaxia vaccine which Sanofi Pasteur aggressively promoted and sold to the Philippine Government has undeniably failed to deliver

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