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Garin, 7 officials file libel complaint vs ‘DOH mafia’ accuser

Feb 23, 2018 - 4:58 PM

(UPDATED) Physician Francis Cruz, the whistleblower of the VACC, faces several libel complaints from health officials he accused of benefiting from the Dengvaxia mess

THE ACCUSED. Dr Francis Cruz, who now faces a libel complaint, faced senators probing the Dengvaxia controversy on December 13, 2017. Screenshot by Rappler

Aquino, Sanofi, DOH officials face graft complaint over Dengvaxia mess

Feb 12, 2018 - 2:20 PM

The VACC, VPCI, and physician Francisco Cruz claim that the accused government officials 'anomalously' funded the immunization program and favored Sanofi to procure the vaccine

ACCUSED. Former president Benigno Aquino III (center) is flanked by his former budget chief Florencio Abad (L) and ex-executive secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr at a Senate hearing in December 2017. Photo by Angie de Silva/Rappler

Duque dares accusers to file cases vs officials in alleged 'DOH mafia'

Jan 15, 2018 - 1:58 PM

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III says he will order a review of the contracts entered into by the previous administration

INTEGRITY. DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III wants officials to adhere to the 'highest standards of professionalism and integrity.' File photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler

More than 700,000 Filipino youth got risky dengue vaccine – DOH

Dec 01, 2017 - 2:47 PM

(UPDATED) The Philippine government spent P3.5 billion on the mass immunization program, funded by sin tax revenues

DENGUE PROBLEM. From L to R: DOH Undersecretary Gerardo Bayugo, DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III, and WHO's Dr Rajendra Yadav hold a press conference on December 1. Photo by Mara Cepeda/Rappler

No nationwide firecracker ban by New Year's Eve

Dec 27, 2016 - 5:07 PM

Health Undersecretary Gerardo Bayugo says industry groups have lobbied against the executive order citing loss of profit and livelihood as reasons

epaselect epa05084744 A Filipino reveler injured from a firework accident is attended to by nurses at a government hospital during the celebration of New Year in Manila, Philippines, 01 January 2016. Philippine hospitals braced for more injuries from New Year?s Eve celebrations with hundreds of people already hurt from firecrackers and stray bullets. Filipinos traditionally make noise, including firecrackers, on New Year's Eve in the belief that they drive away the bad luck of the past year and attract good luck in the coming year. EPA/MARK R. CRISTINO

Mega drug rehab center in Nueva Ecija fully operational by November

Oct 12, 2016 - 4:58 PM

Almost 50 of the facility has been constructed says Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial