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Researchers hope the conclusions of a people’s tribunal will pressure journals to reject papers that might include data from unethical transplants.

  By Martina Keller, Die ZEIT March 13, 2013    In China body organs are taken from executed prisoners, and for a fee, are then implanted in patients from the West. When Beijing attorney Han

  (Remarks prepared for delivery as a poster presentation to the Transplant Nurses Association, Melbourne, Australia, November 15, 2012)     Introduction China is the leading country in the world for transplant volume outside of

Anti‑rejection Drug Trials and Sales in China By David Matas American Transplant Congress, Philadelphia, April 30, 2011   The Government of China acknowledges that organs for transplants done in China come overwhelmingly from Chinese prisoners.  The

At the Madrid Conference on Organ Donation and Transplantation, March 2010, Dr. Jiefu Huang, Vice Minister of Health of the People’s Republic of China held a presentation on the organ transplantation program in China. In his presentation Dr. Huang

Israelis leading way in venturing out for organs by Celia Milne TEL HASHOMER, ISRAEL – Because of extremely low organ donation rates at home, Israelis are among the most likely in the world to buy

The World Medical Association Council Resolution on Organ Donation in China Adopted by the 173rd WMA Council Session, Divonne-les-Bains, France, May 2006 Whereas, the WMA Statement on Human Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation stresses the