Medical experts: Stop Dengvaxia autopsies

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A group of  doctors, academicians, scientists and health advocates yesterday asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to stop the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) from performing  autopsies on children who allegedly died after being vaccinated with Dengvaxia . University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH),  stated that the dead of the 14 children who were submitted to Dengaxia is not related to the vaccine. Roque said that UP-PGH was iaricated by the Department of Health to conduct a study on the 14 dead, going ahead saing that parents could have e a sight of relief following the findings of the team. Later DOJ order to PAO to stop performing autopsies on these children and to leave the matter of determining the cause of death. After thet PGH offered the expertise of its staff to do free medical autopsies on children who died after receiving the vaccine, noting if parents do not want to avail of PGH services. After thoroughly looking into the clinical records and history of the patients, the panel found that three of the 14 children had developed dengue shock syndrome after vaccination, with two cases associated with vaccine failure.

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