according to "https://www.healio.com/infectious-disease/vaccine-preventable-diseases/news/online/%7Ba476cca1-717e-4384-a56e-e925dbadf102%7D/philippines-revokes-sanofi-pasteurs-license-to-market-dengvaxia article dated 25th/feb/2019 at least at the time I read it on 20/3/2019 states
"The Philippines has banned Sanofi Pasteur’s controversial dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia.
The Philippines FDA announced that it permanently revoked the certificates of product registration (CPR) of the vaccine because of “continued failure of Sanofi Pasteur Inc. to submit postapproval commitment documents,” according to a news release."
"The Philippines FDA initially suspended the CPR in 2017 and directed Sanofi Pasteur to suspend sales, marketing and distribution of Dengvaxia after the company announced that the vaccine raises the risk for severe dengue and hospitalization in people with no prior exposure to the virus. More than 830,000 children in the Philippines received at least one dose of the vaccine before the campaign was halted."
“[Sanofi Pasteur’s] brazen defiance of FDA’s directives and its continued failure to comply leaves us no other recourse but to impose the maximum penalty of revocation of the CPRs covering the Dengvaxia products,”
" they quote FDA Director General Nela Charade G. Puno, RPh, of saying in a news release they reference (source not linked in that article)
articles states According to that release, "Puno signed the order on Dec. 21. The FDA found that Sanofi Pasteur failed to comply with its postmarketing authorization requirements.!"
they also say inter alia "Regarding the recent Philippines FDA action" they quote Sanofi Pasteur of having said “it is important to note that the Philippines FDA is not questioning the safety and efficacy of Dengvaxia, which is consistent with [WHO’s] position on the vaccine and also with the European Medicines Agency’s recent decision to grant market authorization for the use of Dengvaxia in Europe.”"
https://www.upi.com/Philippines-charges-ex-health-secretary-in-connection-to-vaccine-deaths/5411551432473/ by "daryl coote" 1/3/2019 states "Philippines charges ex-health secretary in connection to vaccine deaths"
"In a court document dated Feb. 11 but announced Friday, a Department of Justice panel found probable cause to charge former health secretary Jannette Grain and nine other department officials with reckless imprudence resulting in homicide, the PhilStar reported."
"Six officials with the vaccine division of the pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur Inc., two Food and Drug Administration employees and two doctors at a research institute were also charged."
"The Justice Department panel said in a statement Friday [1/3/2019] that on top of rolling out the program before the drug was finished testing, Grain and the other defendants were also "careless in implementing the mass immunization program."
Grain and the other health officials "totally disregarded the identified risks and adverse effects of the vaccines," the department said without mention what the side effects were or giving the number of people who died from it."
philstar article stated to be by Kristine Joy Patag (philstar.com) dated 1/3/2019 and linked to by the above article in a web link states at least at time of reading on 20/3/2019 states:
"MANILA, Philippines (Update 2, 4:27 p.m.) — The Department of Justice has indicted former Health Secretary Janette Garin and four others of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide over deaths allegedly caused by controversial anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia.
The following Department of Health officials and employees were also indicted for the same charge:
Dr. Vincente Belizario Jr.
Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go
Dr. Gerardo Bayugo
Dr. Lyndon Lee Suy
Dr. Irma Asuncion
Dr. Julius Lecciones
Dr. Maria Joyce Ducusin
Dr. Rosalind Vianzon
Dr. Mario Baquilod
The prosecution panel also indicted the following Sanofi Pasteur Inc. officials of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide:
Jean Louis Grunwald
Jean Francois Vacherand
Jazel Anne Calvo
Also facing indictment are Maria Lourdes Santiago and Melody Zamudio from the Food and Drug Administration, and Research Institute for Tropical Medicine’s Dr. Socorro Lupisan and Dr. Maria Rosario Capeding."
article states at least at time of reading on 20/3/2019 "The 127-page resulted written by a panel led by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Ma. Emilio Victorio has yet to be made public as of post.
The DOJ, however, released a statement on the indictment prepared by the office of Justice Undersecretary Markk Perete, department spokesman."
while https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-03-philippines-sanofi-dengue-vaccination-deaths.html article dated 1/3/2019 at least at the time I read it on 20/3/2019 and the first article I read on the subject states:
"The Philippine government said Friday [1/3/2019] it would file criminal charges against six officials of the French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur over the deaths of children injected with its Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccine."
the article states "The Philippines in 2016 was the first nation to use Dengvaxia in a mass immunisation programme, but Sanofi disclosed a year later that it could worsen symptoms for people not previously infected by the dengue virus.
The disclosure sparked a nationwide panic, with some parents alleging the vaccine killed their children.
The controversy also triggered a vaccine scare that the government said was a factor behind measles outbreaks that the UN Children's Fund said have killed 203 people so far this year."
the articles says "The justice department said on Friday [1/3/2019] its prosecutors found grounds to hold Sanofi officials criminally liable and that charges of "reckless imprudence resulting to homicide" will be filed in court, but gave no timeframe."
"We strongly disagree with the conclusions reached against Sanofi and certain of its employees and we will defend them vigorously," the group said in a written statement.
Sanofi has repeatedly said the vaccine is safe, noting in a March 2018 statement: "No causal-related deaths were reported in 15 countries after clinical trials conducted for more than a decade with 40,000 subjects involved."
it says "Current and former officials of the health department will also be charged, the justice department said, adding complaints against two other Sanofi executives were dismissed.
Dengue, or haemorrhagic fever, is the world's most common mosquito-borne virus and infects an estimated 390 million people in more than 120 countries each year—killing more than 25,000 of them, according to the World Health Organization.
Friday's announcement comes less than two weeks after the Philippine Food and Drug Administration permanently banned the sale, import and distribution of Dengvaxia.
Manila stopped the public immunisation programme shortly after Sanofi's 2017 disclosure."
reuters.com article dated 19/2/2019 states at least at time of reading it on 20/3/2019
In late 2017, Sanofi said Dengvaxia could increase the risk of severe dengue in children who had never been exposed to the virus, triggering two congressional inquiries and a criminal investigation in the Philippines where 800,000 school-age children had already been vaccinated."
"The government spent 3.5 billion pesos ($67 million) on a Dengvaxia public immunization program in 2016 to reduce the 200,000 dengue cases reported every year."
they article adds that "Michelle Lapuz, officer-in-charge of FDA’s legal department, said Sanofi can reapply for a product license but the company’s application would be “treated as high risk” given its history of non-compliance."
4/march/2019 article in gulf-times.com states that Senator Richard Gordon of the blue ribbon committee expressed disappointment on 3rd march 2019 regarding non-inclusion of former president Benigno Aquino III
and and former Budget secretary Florencio Abad in the list of persons indicted for indicted for "reckless imprudence", saying they should be held criminally liable for the mess along with former Health secretary Janet Garin,
"Blue Ribbon committee report submitted earlier by Gordon recommended the indictment of Aquino for violation of Republic Act (RA) 3019 or the “Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act,” as well as RA 6713 or the “Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.”
Gordon said Aquino’s two meetings with officials of vaccine manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur violated RA 6713.
' the news article states the report states that
“President Aquino is guilty of malfeasance, misfeasance, and nonfeasance. From the time he inappropriately met with Sanofi in Beijing on November 9 2014, and once again a year later in December 1, 2015,” '
"according to the statement.
“The Panel found sufficient evidence that Garin and the other respondents circumvented various regulations in the purchase of P3.5bn worth of Dengvaxia vaccine which constituted proof of their reckless imprudence,” it added."
"Garin and the other respondents face up to six years in prison for each of the accusations" and that former president Garin is arguing the law case is "very weak" because they have to prove a link between the vaccinations and the deaths.
So one assumes the former health secretary Garin has a vested interest in arguing no link between vaccination and the child deaths given the statement she is quoted to have made “I [as in former health secretary garin who is currently being quoted] believe the criminal case is very weak because there is absolutely no evidence linking the vaccine to the deaths. We [we as in who?] are confident in the dismissal of this case.”" meanwhile I look forward to hearing the evidence out, as I have a vested interest in taking those who kill and torture with drugs down also in the uk, so their no one else is politicising it other then the Philippines statement is perhaps a little dubious their, as I certainly would politicise if they go down and I see the articles, given torture and deaths in Britain via drugs such as those used to torture those illegal detained without charge or trial (in my opinion) in British mental health detainment facilities or elsewhere, but that is perhaps distracting from the Philippines and the indictments on former exec members of the Philippines pour maintenant)
This manilatimes.net article dated 7/12/2017 states that the blue ribbon committee investigation started on Monday 11th December 2017
this a rappler.com article dated 11/april/2018 by
Camille Elemia states that During a press conference on Wednesday, April 11,2018 Gordon called Aquino, former Budget Secretary Florencio Abad, and former Health Secretary Janette Garin as "primary conspirators." when it released the 20 page draft report
and this inquirer.net article dated 11/4/2018 that at that time they were
"Awaiting findings of NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) still,” quoting Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque of having said in a message to reporters."
image assumed by me to be part of 20 page draft report:
quick search on Philippines news article dated 26/3/2019 in scmp.com headline
"In Philippines, support mounts for South China Sea ‘crimes against humanity’ case against xi Jinping ( (7th President of the People's Republic of China)
More than 25,000 people have signed a statement of support for former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario and former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, who want the International Criminal Court to examine whether China has carried out ‘crimes against humanity’
They say the country’s artificial island building has caused extensive environmental damage and has blocked 320,000 Filipinos from their fishing grounds"
Noted the mention of an 2019 organ donation act on senators gordon's facebook page, my response tends to be no to that type of thing, falun gong as I think family's would just kill each other for body parts inter alia and as such shouldn't be allowed to donate anything on any other family member, and am against any type of organ donation at all, and noting the amount of f**k ups surgeons have done on operating systems inter alia, and noting articles in British medical f**k ups such as deliberate kills, or operating on wrong body parts or leaving things in their and who can forget the fact that any signed no is more likely to be deliberately lost by health services as I know that's what Britain does with forms or letters saying no (as they have done that to me before in tribunal setting), thus making it extremely dangerous if it's not a signed consent form rather then one going the other way , not a good starting point, so no longer in the mood for a conversation at all, notwithstanding that act's the Philippines and library is blocking his personal web site on the search filters, facebook is not playing the video which says he sponsored the bill, so can't check the detail at this time, and alas I have no money on my mobile phone currently till end of the week as already gone over on food budgets, so suddenly not in a rush to call him up to query something without reading all previous acts on the subject, as want more information on the prosecution of the indictments and to double check a few things, regarding articles quotes in this article and perhaps do a web search on those weird stories when people take on issues after a transplant or qualities of the deceased they stole the organ from
also review sci fi series, lexx if your still unsure why I object to organ transplants, and the dead the other week did go on the record in private with me, that cutting someone brain up after death caused a problem for the person after they died irreversible damage to their psyche after death at least in some cases was what I was told (but I wouldn't be able to verify that type of information as true as just information i was told via clairaudience regarding how they cut a brain pan in slices after death) and didn't write it up in the blog, but will mention it anyhow, as i'm a no, to that type of thing at all these days after any and all dealing with nhs, social services or mental health notwithstanding what ever with people who consent to things in writing before they get done, but assumed consent or even allowing that type of thing, or another to allow a donation of someone who died, is an abomination if you ask me (but you probably wouldn't) anyhow side distraction rant over for now
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