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World's first dengue vaccine now available in PH

World's first dengue vaccine now available in PH

An initial 300,000 doses will be made available to the private market DENGUE VACCINE. The world's first-ever dengue vaccine is now available in the Philippines. Photo from Sanofi Pasteur

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Filipino scientist receives funding for work on malaria vaccine

Filipino scientist receives funding for work on malaria vaccine

Published March 31, 2016 5:59pm A US-based Filipino scientist has just receivedfrom Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) Fund for his work on a malaria vaccine.

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DOH starts dengue vaccinations today

DOH starts dengue vaccinations today

By Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) | Updated April 4, 2016 - 12:00am The DOH said a child who will suffer from fever and headache should be kept comfortable, encouraged to drink plenty of water and take appropriate medication.

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600 Marikina students to receive dengue vaccine shots

600 Marikina students to receive dengue vaccine shots

By: Jovic Yee @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer 10:18 AM April 4th, 2016 MANILA — Some 600 public school students in Marikina City are set to receive on Monday (Apr. 4) the world’s first dengue vaccine, which officials hope would lessen children’s susceptibility to the deadly mosquito-borne disease.

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Globe Business boosts healthcare industry in PH

Globe Business boosts healthcare industry in PH

WITH THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY FORUM HOSTED BY GLOBE TELECOM’S ICT ARM, COMPANIES LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEALTHCARE DELIVERY IN THE COUNTRY @inquirerdotnet 04:24 PM April 4th, 2016

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Climate crime? 47 firms told to answer rights raps

Climate crime? 47 firms told to answer rights raps

SMOG OVER METRO MANILA As seen from San Mateo, Rizal province, thick smog—a toxic mix of vehicle exhaust, emissions from factories and other sources of air pollution—covers vast stretches of Metro Manila and environs.

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Migrant crisis: More than 120 bodies wash up on Libyan shores in one month

Migrant crisis: More than 120 bodies wash up on Libyan shores in one month

Tripoli: More than 120 bodies of migrants who died trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe have washed up around Sabratha in western Libya this month, the city's mayor says. Hussein Thwadi said bodies had washed up on a daily basis, with 53 found on a single day last week.

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Baguio tourism may suffer as dengue cases shoot up

Baguio tourism may suffer as dengue cases shoot up

BAGUIO CITY — Baguio tourism might suffer from the high incidence of dengue in the city

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Rare tornado pummels Manila

Rare tornado pummels Manila

A RARE tornado hit some parts of Manila on Sunday afternoon, tearing off roofs and spinning debris into the air, a radio report said. No was reported injured in the brief violent windstorm that has scared many residents in Manila, DZMM reported.

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