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Chinese authorities, cracking down on illegal organ transplants for foreigners, have cited three hospitals for doing the operations.
The Canadian government has approved $35 million in funding for a national organ donation registry through the national blood donor agency.
BOSTON, Massachusetts, July 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The July 5 issue of the leading medical journal, The Lancet, highlights the Declaration of Istanbul on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism, an important affirmation of ethical principles and practices adopted on May 2, 2008, at an International Summit of more than 150 healthcare professionals, officials, scientists, ethicists and legal scholars from 78 countries and 20 international organizations.
With nearly 100,000 Americans awaiting an organ transplant, we're interested in a new New York City initiative designed to increase the number of donated organs.
China liver transplant recipients to be registered: Health Ministry SHANGHAI, June 15 (Xinhua) -- The Health Ministry will use mandatory registration of valid personal information for liver transplant patients, officials said.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - A respected Canadian human rights lawyer and a former Canadian cabinet member lent their weight on Thursday to charges that China has been killing Falun Gong dissidents so it can use their organs.
In BEIJING item headlined "China says Britain also harvested prisoners' organs," please correct headline to read "China says Britain also harvested human organs." In paragraph 1, please delete ... saying the same practice used to happen in Britain ... and make it read ...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China took a swipe on Thursday at British transplant experts who accused it of removing organs from executed prisoners to sell them, saying some British hospitals had harvested organs of dead patients in the past.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China took a swipe on Thursday at British transplant experts who accused it of removing organs from executed prisoners in order to sell them, saying similar practices used to happen with patients in Britain.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China took a swipe on Thursday at British transplant experts who accused it of removing organs from executed prisoners in order to sell them, saying the same practice used to happen in Britain.