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Last touch kasi si digong kaya kasalanan niya yan. :roll: :lol:

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Last touch kasi si digong kaya kasalanan niya yan. :roll: :lol:

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‘997 children got sick after vaccination’
By Jess Diaz (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 6, 2017 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Nearly a thousand children in public schools had fallen ill over a five-month period after receiving their first dose of the controversial dengue vaccine Dengvaxia, The STAR learned yesterday.

According to a draft report of the House of Representatives committee on health, which conducted hearings on the efficacy of the vaccine, the Department of Health (DOH) reported that between March 18, 2016 and Aug. 20 of the same year, there were 997 “adverse events following immunization, 30 of which were considered serious cases that needed hospitalization.”

The 30 serious cases included two deaths. But the DOH said these “were not related to the immunization program,” which was launched in early 2016.

While the DOH said there were only two deaths, based on information reaching the committee on health, at least four children had died.

Asked to explain what the term “adverse events” meant, Quezon Rep. Angelina Tan, who chairs the committee on health and is a medical doctor, said, “It means that the 997 children got sick after being inoculated with their first dose of Dengvaxia.”

“Their sickness ranged from as simple as fever, nausea, vomiting and body pain, to serious illness that required hospital confinement. The DOH did not have other details, highlighting its lack of proper monitoring and reporting protocols before undertaking the program,” Tan said.

She said the House panel does not know what happened to the children, as the DOH has not submitted an update.

Of the four children who died, two were from Bataan and two from Bulacan. Central Luzon, Metro Manila and Calabarzon (Cavite-Laguna-Batangas-Rizal-Quezon) are the three regions where the massive Dengvaxia inoculation program that targeted one million children in public elementary schools was launched.

Those who died in Bataan were 10-year-old Christine de Guzman and Paul Ramirez. The two from Bulacan were not identified.

According to the health committee’s draft report, De Guzman’s father, Nelson, testified that she had her first dose of Dengvaxia on April 16, 2016.

“On Oct. 11, 2016, De Guzman complained of headache and fever and would be absent from class. The following day, her fever continued. She was admitted in hospital and was diagnosed with dengue,” the report stated.

“On Oct. 14, she experienced difficulty in breathing and stomach ache. It was later found out that she suffered internal bleeding and blood was already coming out of her mouth. In the morning of Oct. 15, she passed away,” the report added.

Tan said De Guzman had not had dengue before she was vaccinated.


Over the weekend, Sanofi Pasteur, manufacturer of Dengvaxia, said the vaccine was safe for those with previous exposure to dengue but complications could develop for those who had not.

Tan said the DOH was not aware of De Guzman’s case, which was reported to her committee by Bataan Rep. Jose Enrique Garcia III.

In the case of Ramirez, he was vaccinated on March 31, 2016 and died on April 10.

The health committee report stated that Baguio Rep. Mark Go noted that “although the cause of (Ramirez’s) death was congenital heart disease, his ailment was never medically established prior to his confinement.”

Citing studies made by American dengue vaccination researcher Dr. Scott Halstead, clinical epidemiologist Dr. Antonio Dans of the Philippine College of Physicians said, “All dengue breakthroughs after vaccination are vaccination-induced.”

The committee conducted its inquiry in the latter part of 2016. When the panel was almost done with its hearings, the House directed the committee on good government and public accountability to join the probe and look into alleged irregularities in the procurement of the P3.5 billion worth of Dengvaxia.

Based on its findings, the committee on health recommended the temporary suspension of the dengue vaccination program and the conduct of serological tests “prior to immunization, for studies have shown that the vaccine provides better protection for those who were already exposed and are positive for dengue antibodies.”

It also suggested that the DOH evaluate the medical records of the four children who died after inoculation. – Janvic Mateo


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this Dengue Vaccine issue is ironically like the mosquito, the accusation jumps from one case to the other. before it was said that the previous administration was to be blamed because it approved the vaccination. but when records show that the current administration halted/reviewed it for two months and then agreed to continue the program for more than one year, suddenly the issue is the "purchase"?

whatever the case, "purchase" or "approval", it does not change the fact that the current administration reviewed this deal and approved to continue. if you reviewed the work of your now resigned colleague and approved it, you affix your name there also. you cannot blame your previous colleague if there is something wrong about it. if there is something wrong with it during your study, you stop its implementation and escalate the issue for wider review, which did not happen in this case.

you do not have to be a genius to not understand this very simple case.

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Nangungumbinsi pa rin si dr. Mga silahis lang makukumbinsi mo.


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My stand is the same pa rin

Parehas admin may pananagutan.

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mga silahis daw:

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mga kumbinsidor este kakurutan ni mang gudon...

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Ex-DOH Sec. Ubial wanted dengue immunization program stopped during term
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Former Health Secretary Dr. Paulyn Jean Rosell Ubial on Tuesday remained firm in her stance that the dengue immunization program approved by the previous administration should have been stopped.

In a statement shown in a report on Balitanghali on Tuesday by Cedric Castillo, Ubial said she tried opposing the implementation of the program during the Congress budget hearing for the Department of Health but could not oppose their request for a second opinion.

"I was indeed pressured but I did not give in. You can see the budget hearing deliberations how members of Congress bullied me," she said in a text message.

"But the suggestion of a second opinion of convening a second Expert Panel, was made by them which I have no recourse at that point was to agree, because it's considered acceptable practice in medicine."

Ubial in December 2016 questioned before the House of Representatives' Committee on Health the timing of the dengue vaccination program that her predecessor, Dr. Janette Garin, started before the 2016 presidential elections.

She found the program to be expensive at P3.5 billion and unusual as it targeted a million children as opposed to the usual 20,000 to 30,000 target for new programs.

According to a source cited by Balitanghali, several lawmakers who suggested a second opinion wished to continue the vaccination program in their districts.

These lawmakers reached a compromise with the DOH to continue the program in their districts alone.

Ubial did not name these lawmakers but insisted that the DOH's policies under her leadership were made after extensive consultations with important stakeholders.

The former health secretary also announced that the dengue vaccination program will temporarily end after the initial three doses were completed to allow a national technical advisory group (NTAG) to observe Dengvaxia's effects on the inoculated schoolchildren for six months. —Rie Takumi/KG, GMA News


wala naman nagbago :lol:

kahit ano pa itawag dyan, sino ba ang nag-pasimuno kuhain ang hinayupak na vaccine na yan? :biglaugh:


at bakit sobrang minadali? :shock:

ang most salient point dito, this is a product of the PNoy admin's need to amass election campaign funds, meron ba magdedeny niyan?.......plis lang :lol:


ngayon, si Ubial, is saying there was pressure on her to approve the vaccination program from members of Congress, and expectedly, she denies being influenced...and then she mentioned a second panel of experts that most likely led to the go-ahead decision

I am not familiar with how a budget item of this magnitude (at least P3B) undergoes bureaucratic red tape, but it seems ang approval to continue, or implementation, whatever it is, may Congressional committee that can influence, suggest, or otherwise guide yang ganyan ka-massive na health initiative, basing on Ubial's words....now, this ex-Secretary may or may not be guilty of corruption herself, but at this point I am not assuming anything. If the investigations (DOJ/Senate etc) point to her to be as guilty as PNoy's admin, then she should be charged and jailed.......

yun kasing opinion ng mga Pilipino, sometimes (maybe even most of the time) it is influenced by what we can only read or watch, kaya nga it is very important na yung bias ng mga providers ng service na yan, ay at the very least mitigated, or better, minimized....tignan mo yan si Rappler, nagprovide ng timeline (not read the link, just basing on the post here), with one omission---very very crucial yung omission nila...kasi for someone with zero background on the issue, aba ang impression nga, eto palang admin ngayon, went along with the schemes of the previous admin.....yun pala, meron pressure from some congressmen on some committee that has oversight(?) or some say-so on the program, which needs to be looked into further......


ulitin lang po natin :lol: nothing has changed....


Dengvaxia was purchased, procured, bought, whatever else one wants to call it.....by the PNoy admin for their election war chest LP.....


uulitin lang din po......meron ba gusto magdeny niyan?






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mga kumbinsidor....

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pinatigil. ni-review. pina-continue.

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Naloko na ak ak ak :lol:

Pano kaya ipapasauli ng Sanofi yung "kumisyon" nila PNoy ahihihih :lol:

DOH eyes refund for dengue vaccine

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MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) is looking into the possibility of requiring the manufacturer of the world’s first dengue vaccine to refund the government following reports that the treatment poses risks to people without a history of dengue.

“It is an option we are considering, but we also have to look into the legal issues,” Health Undersecretary Gerardo Bayugo told reporters yesterday.

The controversy on the P3.5-billion dengue immunization program broke after pharmaceutical giant Sanofi Pasteur disclosed that new clinical analysis found its Dengvaxia vaccine effective for people who have had dengue prior to immunization, but noted the risk of a “severe” case of dengue for people who have not.

Bayugo clarified that there had been no apparent irregularity in the purchase of Dengvaxia until Sanofi admitted that the vaccine only provides protection for those previously afflicted with dengue.

He explained that the DOH’s decision to implement a dengue immunization program was based on the previous findings that Dengvaxia was safe for use, and there was no complaint before the Commission on Audit concerning its purchase.

“I still believe that the DOH complied with the requirements of the law in the procurement of the dengue vaccine,” he added.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1

Dengvaxia was duly registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when the DOH purchased it.

The DOH also complied with the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) that only areas with high dengue prevalence shall be covered by the program.

Bayugo said the new findings were not yet available when the immunization program was started.

“Based on studies, the children died of other causes and it just so happens that they were vaccinated,” he added.

Bayugo also gave assurances that the DOH will face any investigation on Dengvaxia.
Aquino liable for vaccine mess?

The Department of Justice (DOJ) yesterday said it will investigate all officials involved in the dengue vaccine mess, including the possible liability of former president Benigno Aquino III and health secretary Janette Garin.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II yesterday formally ordered the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to conduct a probe to determine possible criminal liabilities of officials behind the project.

“The National Bureau of Investigation, through director general Dante Gierran, is hereby directed and granted authority to conduct investigation and case buildup over the the alleged danger to public health arising from the P3.5-billion anti-dengue vaccination drive of the Department of Health and Sanofi Pasteur and if evidence so warrants to file appropriate charges,” he said in his department order issued yesterday.

Aguirre also directed Gierran to submit a report to his office on its current activities related to the implementation of the order.

The DOJ chief explained that Aquino would be covered by the probe since he also approved the vaccination project that started in April last year.

Garin, who insisted on implementing the project despite strong objections from medical experts, is also covered by the NBI probe.

Aguirre cited information that the DOH under the previous administration administered the Dengvaxia vaccine just four months after it was manufactured by pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur.

Initial information reaching the DOJ also showed that the program was approved by Aquino and Garin despite lack of certification from the WHO.

“We have to know why (the DOH) ordered such a huge amount of vaccine and immediately vaccinated 733,000 schoolchildren. Is that appropriate?” Aguirre said in a press conference.

“Everybody who was involved will be included in the NBI investigation,” he added.

In the same press briefing, Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) lawyer Ferdinand Topacio showed a photograph showing Aquino during alleged meetings with Sanofi officers in November 2014 in Beijing and December 2015 in Paris.

The VACC also claimed that there had been three children from Central Luzon who died last year after they were inoculated with the vaccine.

VACC founding chairman Dante Jimenez, who also formally requested the DOJ investigation on the controversy, said their initial information showed that all three were from Bataan.

“We are now here to request the Secretary [of Justice] to ask the NBI to conduct an exhumation [because] this is really serious,” he explained.
Senate to start probe next week

Meanwhile, the Senate will start next week its inquiry into the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine mess.

Sen. Richard Gordon, chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon committee, set the hearing on Monday that may be held jointly with the committee on health, chaired by Sen. Joseph Victor Ejercito.

“Everybody from PNoy (Aquino’s nickname) down has to explain,” Gordon told reporters. “Also, the money should be returned.”

Gordon also said the controversy was “begging for a class suit” as the over 700,000 children vaccinated face risk of severe disease after their inoculation with Dengvaxia.

“They’ll (Sanofi) be liable to civil action for damages because of the negligence. They’re (vaccinated) now subjected to sleepless nights, anxiety,” he said.

Ejercito said he hopes officials from the DOH and the WHO will have something to report in the initial hearing.

Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said in the wake of dengue vaccine flop, DOH officials should guarantee that Filipinos are now “inoculated” from supply-driven vaccines whose efficacy has not yet been established.

“If there’s one lesson to be learned from the ‘Denggoyvaxx,’ it is that Filipino children should not be made guinea pigs again,” Recto said.

Recto made the call as the government is set to buy P7.4 billion worth of vaccines next year.

He said the DOH must still go out of its way in assuring the public that next year’s vaccines meet the highest standards

Costing P7.43 billion, the 2018 public vaccination program targets full immunization of 2.7 million infants, of which 1.4 million will be given pneumococcal vaccine.

All 2.7 million infants will also be administered Japanese encephalitis vaccine.

In addition, 2.1 million Grade 1 and 1.7 million Grade 7 pupils will benefit from anti-tetanus-diptheria, and measles vaccines. - Edu Punay, Paolo Romero



dapat galingan pa manglito at mangumbinsi ng machinery ng mga yan
para mas maraming mapaniwala at ...humikbi :shock:


go Rappler go Inquirer

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Ipawestern union na lang ni panot o kaya cebuana. :lol:

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IceColdBeer wrote:
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Ipawestern union na lang ni panot o kaya cebuana. :lol:

pwede para no personal appearance :lol: :lol: :lol:





PS
Hoy Panot!!! este PNoy.... 8)


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kawawang kalapati... walang makakapitan...


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