Philippines Government Agency Sues Sanofi, Health Ministry Officials Over Death Of Girl Allegedly Linked To Dengvaxia

Reuters: Philippine lawyers sue Sanofi over dengue vaccine
“A Philippine government agency on Monday filed a lawsuit against French drugmaker Sanofi demanding compensation for the parents of a 10-year-old girl the agency said had died as a result of receiving its controversial anti-dengue vaccine. The Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) said Sanofi, several former and current health ministry officials, and domestic distributor Zuellig Pharma Corp. must be declared jointly liable for the death of Anjielica Pestilos…” (Lema/Morales, 2/5).

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