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February 6, 2018


Agenda: Privilege Speech of Sen. Richard J. Gordon delivered on October 11, 2016 on the alleged P3.5 Billion worth of questionable dengue vaccines that had been administered by the DOH to 280,000 students without passing through WHO prequalification requirements

P.S. Res. Nos. 557 and 563 – Inquiring on the Dengue Immunization Program of the Department of Health vis-àvis the Sanofi Pasteur’s new clinical findings on the vaccine Dengvaxia’s adverse effects to its recipients

P.S. Res. No. 563 – Investigating the reported danger of the school-based dengue vaccination program of the Department of Health

Highlights of the Senate Blue Ribbon hearing on the Dengvaxia fiasco last January 22, 2018

Source: Sen. Richard Gordon’s facebook page.

Source: Senate of the Philippines Youtube Channel



  • Atty Erfe and PAO Atty. Acosta will be served a subpoena since this is the 3rd time they haven’t appeared during the hearing.
  • UP-PGH conclusions were also based on chart reviews.
  • We do not have a functioning immunization committee that studies the vaccines that the people truly need.
  • Dengvaxia is an experimental vaccine. To risk the lives in a mass immunization program is dangerous.

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