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Killing prisoners for transplants: Forced organ harvesting in China

By Ali Iqbal, Transplant Nephrologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, McMaster University
Aliya Khan, Clinical professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
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China’s industrial-scale organ trafficking practice has been executing prisoners of conscience and using their organs for transplantation for decades. This is known as forced organ harvesting.The Conversation

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