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On Aug 3, 2015, four human rights advocacy groups send
asking United Nations to confront coercive organ procurement practices
from prisoners of conscience in China
Since June 25, 2015, US House Resolution 343 has been drawing attention to
systematic organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China.
This study represents the preliminary analysis of a pilot research by DAFOH on the incidence of implausible medical testing on detained prisoners of conscience in China.
The pilot research described has been conducted by DAFOH staff. A cohort of thousands of prison camp survivor’s first hand accounts was accessed via the Chinese news site minghui.org. The preliminary analysis presented in this study refers to a segment of the survivors and to the partial data available owing to the limited public information available from the Chinese government. In past years, no in-depth research including both a qualitative and a quantitative methodology has been carried out to investigate the situation of forced medical testing of prisoners in China’s labor camps.
In the conclusion, results are discussed and recommendations for further investigation are suggested.
International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation
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