Organ Harvesting

  • 2018/09/02

    Severe abuses continue in China's organ transplant system—including the sourcing of organs from prisoners of conscience on a large scale—despite Chinese government assertions of reform, finds a new study by the China Organ Harvest Research Center. The report was released at...
  • 2017/08/01

    What we know about the pillaging of vital organs from still-living prisoners in the People’s Republic of China, and the sale of their livers, lungs, hearts and kidneys, is that it is a widespread, outrageous and lucrative business and one...
  • 2017/08/01

    Enver Tohti was a surgeon in a hospital in Xinjiang, in the northwestern part of China, when, in June 1995, he was instructed by his superior to prepare for an adventure — surgery in the field. In the morning, when...
  • 2017/07/30

    International concern over China’s system of human organ transplantation has been expressed for decades. Over the last several years, the Chinese authorities report working hard to build a voluntary organ transplant system. Last month a top transplant official, speaking at...
  • 2017/07/30

    Government officials in China say U.S. lawmakers are fabricating accusations that the country is harvesting organs from its prisoners. On the heels of Monday’s White House Organ Summit, several congressional lawmakers passed a resolution in the U.S. House condemning these acts....
  • 2017/06/09

    [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p7oge2XZVE[/embed] What is forced organ harvesting?  Forced organ harvesting is the process whereby authorities (in this case the Chinese Communist Government in collusion with Chinese militarized hospitals and doctors) remove organs from live unwilling participants thereby killing the victim in the...
  • 2017/06/01

    On May 29th, 2017, PBS News Hour aired a segment, which investigates the current state of forced organ harvesting--the horrific practice of murdering people to extract and sell their vital organs--in China. "Decades ago, China began harvesting organs from executed prisoners...
  • 2017/05/12

    At a conference at Presidency University in Kolkata, India, devoted to the subject of genocide, many audience members were introduced to the ongoing atrocities occurring in their neighboring country to the north. Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas gave a presentation...
  • 2017/05/12

    SAN FRANCISCO—Two years ago, Sunny Guo, a then 47-year-old Chinese housewife, came alone to America to start a new life, one free of religious persecution. She was fleeing repeated detention and torture by the Chinese Communist Party in its attempt...
  • 2017/05/12

    A foreign patient receives a life-extending organ transplant in a Chinese hospital. Feeling grateful, he asks a hospital staff member who the donor was so that he may give thanks and repayment. But no one at the hospital—not even the...

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