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First Dengue Vaccine In Asia Approved In The Phili

Vivek Dwivedi | 01/06/2016

The vaccines division of Sanofi, has been granted marketing approval for Dengvaxia® in the Philippines, making it the first vaccine to be licensed for the prevention of dengue in Asia. The Philippines’ Food and Drug Administration approved Dengvaxia®, a tetravalent dengue vaccine, for the prevention of disease caused by all four dengue 

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