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Sanofi (SNY) was aware of the risks of its Dengvaxia vaccine in 2015, but did not inform the Philippine governmentTech2 writes. Nela Charade Puno, the director of the Philippines Food and Drug Administration, told a House committee that an FDA special working group on Dengvaxia reviewed documents submitted by Sanofi to Singapore, which allowed commercial sale of the dengue vaccine in October 2016. Puno said Sanofi already informed Singapore that Dengvaxia will lead a person to develop severe dengue if not infected with the virus before vaccination.

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