Two virtual side events to coincide with the 49th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in March 2022 were organized by CAP Liberté de Conscience (CAP) and co-organized by Doctors Against Forced Organ […]

The four ethical principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy, and justice form the bedrock upon which the profession of medicine is to be practiced with integrity and honesty. Physicians are expected to do good, refrain from

DAFOH was founded with the mission to “provide the medical community and society with objective findings of unethical and illegal organ harvesting.” For the past 16 years, DAFOH has focused on the subject of forced

French Parliament Questions Cooperation with Chinese Transplant Industry In Paris, the French National Assembly’s lower House of Parliament took up discussion of a bill to address the direct cooperation between French and Chinese hospitals, the

With the Winter Olympics recently being held in Beijing, a spotlight was once again shone on China’s human rights abuses. Included among these abuses is forced live organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, who are

Recent months have seen a surge of efforts worldwide to prevent western countries from colluding in the horrors perpetrated by China’s transplant industry and to take a clear stand against what has been called the

In a February 4, 2022 debate on the floor of the House of Lords in London, which coincided with the first day of the Winter Olympics, Lord Philip Hunt of Kings Heath made multiple references

On December 16, 2021, Representative Scott Perry (R-PA) introduced the Falun Gong Protection Act (H.R. 6319), the first U.S. Congressional bill to address the 22-year-long persecution of Falun Gong. The bill specifically addresses forced organ