An Australian academic has likened the large-scale killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs in China to crimes committed by the Nazis during World War II.
Former surgeon Enver Tohti knows about organ harvesting firsthand. He performed it at an execution ground in China’s far west in 1995.
According to researchers, the Chinese Communist Party has been secretly butchering prisoners of conscience for their organs for more than a decade.
The history of the Communist Party of China is marked by the massive use of violence against the Chinese people as a means of total control. This may appear like a line from a cold war propaganda film, but it’s…
Huang Jiefu is one of China’s most prominent liver surgeons, and the main spokesperson for that country’s disreputable organ transplant industry. According to many medical professionals and human rights activists, Huang has innocent blood on his hands.
Prisoners of conscience are murdered on demand for their organs in China to supply a state-run transplant industry where one out of five transplant recipients are believed to be from overseas, says a leading expert in the issue.
Recently, an international organ transplant conference was held in Hong Kong. At the conference, China boasted about its achievements over the last 20 years in organ transplants. They sent over 53 doctors with their papers, new technology, and their achievements to…
The 26th International Congress of the Transplantation Society was held from August 18-23 in Hong Kong. Former Deputy Director of the Ministry of Health of the People’s Republic of China, Huang Jiefu, was the keynote speaker.
Chinese state-run media have been making the most out an international organ transplant conference held in Hong Kong from Aug. 18-23, saying that the event vindicates China’s controversial organ transplant industry. As an example, state-run Global Times said the conference…
When documentary-film producer Kay Rubacek first heard about state-sanctioned live organ harvesting in China, she found it hard to believe.