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Medical Ethics Cannot Control Chinese Military System's Organ Harvest

The communist China State Council announced its first Human Organ Transplant Regulation on April 6, 2007. The regulation indicated that no organization or individual is allowed to sell or buy organs for profit.

Dr. Huang Shih-Wei, an urologist from Chiayi, Taiwan, has been following organ transplant development in China and Taiwan for several years. Dr. Huang pointed out that the most conspicuous problem for China's organ transplant system is that the sources of the organ are unclear.

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