Newsletter Archive

Newsletter NL3/19 — August 12, 2019

– Letter from the Editor
– People’s Tribunal Finds Forced Organ Harvesting Continues in China on a “Significant Scale”
– DAFOH Press Release Calls on U.S. Congress to Investigate and Act
– Professionals from Three Continents Express Outrage Over China’s Organ Harvesting
– Government Actions Against the Persecution and Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong in China
– Leaders Concerned about Global Religious Persecution Criticize China
– Twenty Years of Unlawful Persecution, Torture and Organ Harvesting
– News in Review

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Newsletter NL2/19 — June 04, 2019

– Letter from the Editor, Ann F Corson MD
– Evidence of China’s Transplant Abuses Continues to Expand
– British and American Officials Call for an End to China’s Organ Harvesting Practice
– Governments Respond to the Chinese Regime’s Organ Harvesting Crimes
– American State Legislators Take a Stand Against Organ Harvesting
– University of Arizona College of Medicine Hosts Seminar on Organ Harvesting
– China’s DNA Collection Project: Who’s Next?
– News in Review

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Newsletter NL1/19 — February 21, 2019

– Letter from the Editor
– Forensic Statistical Analysis Casts Doubt on Credibility of Transplant Reform in China
– Suspected Ethical Violations Behind Demand for Retractions of Over 400 Peer-Reviewed Articles
– Independent Tribunal into Forced Organ Harvesting from Prisoners of Conscience Held in Britain
– The United States, Canada, the Czech Republic, and Israel Act Against Organ Harvesting
– Australia Explores Opt-Out Option to Counter Organ Trafficking
– The Worsening Human Rights Tragedy Unfolding in Xinjiang
– Unethical Gene Editing Triggers Public Condemnation
– Chinese Communist Party Propaganda Spreads Overseas
– News in Review

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Newsletter NL5/18 — November 21, 2018

– DAFOH ends petitions to the United Nations Human Rights Council
– DC Medical Society submits resolution against the cold genocide of Falun Gong at AMA leadership meeting
– Bitter Winter op-ed accuses China of covering up transplant abuses
– BBC World Service airs two programs exposing China’s illicit transplant industry
– CECC’s 2018 annual report urges US to address China’s human rights abuses
– Canadian Parliament takes steps to criminalize organ trafficking
– Willfull blindness to CCP propaganda continues worldwide
– US confronts CCP over infiltration of American institutions
– News in Review

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Newsletter NL4/18 — August 28, 2018

· Editor’s letter – can we afford to let the fox guard the henhouse?
· DAFOH representatives present at US State Department’s Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom week
· Mass detention after population wide DNA blood testing of ethnic Uighurs raises concerns that China is targeting another group for organ harvesting
· International researchers describe China’s organ harvesting of Falun Gong as a “cold genocide”
· After five years and 3 million signatures, DAFOH ends petition to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
· Governments around the world continue to speak out against China’s transplant practices
· News in Review: Chinese surgeons explant vital organs from living people; mainstream media company censors human rights advocate; controversy over plastination exhibits continues on two continents; Australians travel to China for organs more frequently than previously thought.

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Newsletter NL3/18 — June 4, 2018

• Nearly three decades later, the Chinese regime continues to deny the truth about the June 4th Tiananmen Square massacre just as it continues to deny that prisoners of conscience are the living organ donor pool for their transplant industry • Despite claims to the contrary, transplant tourism to China for on-demand organs is ongoing and well documented by South Korean TV journalists • US legislators continue to pass resolutions condemning China’s unethical transplant practices and human rights abuses • Academicians and parliamentarians around the world continue to learn the truth of China’s organ harvesting crimes despite ongoing Chinese state propaganda • Protests erupt over plastination exhibit in Australia with charges that the corpses on display may be those of tortured Chinese prisoners of conscience • Reuters series on US trade in body parts exposes unregulated, unethical, profit-driven and sometimes criminal practices • Human rights activists on three continents continue speaking out about China’s forced organ harvesting

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