- PRESS RELEASE, February 27, 2017; WASHINGTON — Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting: China attempts to dodge scrutiny on organ trade with falsehoods about US transplant practices; China’s top transplant official is trying to divert international attention from that country’s appalling organ procurement record by making false statements about the practice of transplant medicine in the United States. According to a recent interview in the Chinese Global Times, transplant chief and former Deputy Minister of Health, Huang Jiefu, denounced the US as “the most rampant organ trade country in the world.”
- PRESS RELEASE, February 14, 2017; WASHINGTON — For Immediate Release: The Elephant in the Room — China Continues Forced Organ Harvesting; DAFOH Cautions Transplant Community On Falling Short in Response; Chinese authorities at last weeks Vatican Pontifical Academy of Science (PAS) Summit on Organ Trafficking and Transplant Tourism surprised attendees with what many found to be a flimsy defense of organ transplant reforms and an unexpected avowal that forced organ harvesting continues unabated in China, despite official claims to the contrary.
- PRESS RELEASE, February 3, 2017; ROME — Vatican Should Not Give Blessing to China’s Organ Harvesting Whitewash — China’s participation in an organ trafficking summit hosted by the Vatican science group comes despite no evidence that past practices of forced organ harvesting have ended; alleged reforms in China remain unverified due to lack of transparency.
- DAFOH STATEMENT, February 6, 2017; China Attempts to Use the Vatican to Cover Up Forced Organ Harvesting Crimes. — The lack of transparency about organ sources in China is a mask of deception. The full scope of forced organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience remains unknown. The Vatican should not be misled by empty pledges of reform by an atheist government that persecutes its most devout citizens.
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