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China Prisoners Provide 2/3 of All Transplanted Organs

Executed China Prisoners Provide 2/3 of All Transplanted Organs

BBC
August 26, 2009

China is trying to move away from the use of executed prisoners as the major source of organs for transplants.

According to the China Daily newspaper, executed prisoners currently provide two-thirds of all transplant organs.

The government is now launching a voluntary donation scheme, which it hopes will also curb the illegal trafficking in organs.

But analysts say cultural bias against removing organs after death will make a voluntary scheme hard to implement.

Thriving black market

About 1.5 million people in China need transplants, but only about 10,000 operations are performed annually, according to the health ministry.

The scarcity of available organs has led to a thriving black market in trafficked organs, and in an effort to stop this the government passed a law in 2007 banning trafficking as well as the donation of organs to unrelated recipients.

But in practice, illegal transplants – some from living donors – are still frequently reported by the media and the Ministry of Health.

Human rights groups have often criticised China for its lack of transparency over organ donation, but critics have focused particular concern on the use of body parts from executed prisoners.

In a rare admission of the extent to which this takes place, China Daily – citing unnamed experts – said on Wednesday that more than 65% of organ donations come from death row prisoners.

China executes more people than any other country. Amnesty International said at least 1,718 people were given the death penalty in 2008.

The China Daily quoted Vice-Health Minister Huang Jiefu as saying that condemned prisoners were “definitely not a proper source for organ transplants”.

The new scheme is therefore designed to reduce the reliance on death row inmates, as well as regulating the industry by combating the illegal trafficking of organs.

The system will be piloted in 10 provinces and cities, and a fund will be started to provide financial aid to donors’ families.

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UK Supports Organ Harvesting Without Permission

UK Supports Organ Harvesting Without Permission

Natural News
June 18, 2008

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced his support for the harvesting of organs from dead patients without prior consent, and said that he hopes for such a policy change to take place within the year.

“A system of this kind seems to have the potential to close the aching gap between the potential benefits of transplant surgery in the United Kingdom and the limits imposed by our current system of consent,” Brown wrote in the Sunday Telegraph.

With a waiting list for organs 8,000 patients long, and 1,000 people dying each year due to organ unavailability, the U.K. has announced plans to overhaul its organ donation system. As part of this new effort, doctors and nurses will be pressured to identify more organ donors ahead of time and to alert organ donation coordinators as patients approach death. The government seeks to appoint a doctor in each hospital as a donation “champion,” to be paired with a lay person who can do outreach on the topic.

The government admits that a conflict of interest might occur when doctors are encouraged to view still-living patients as potential organ sources.

Even with these planned measures, the government says that donations might still be insufficient. For this reason, Brown and others are calling for the presumption of consent unless patients have formerly opted out or their family members explicitly deny permission.

Advocates point to the discrepancy between the rate at which people in Britain endorse organ donation – 90 percent – and the 60 percent of families that give permission upon a relative’s death. Among many ethnic minorities, the donation figure is as low as 25 percent.

Patients groups blasted the proposal, saying it infringes on patients’ rights over their own bodies.

“They call it presumed consent, but it is no consent at all,” said Joyce Robin of Patient Concern. “They are relying on inertia and ignorance to get the results that they want.”

Robin said the government has not made enough efforts to increase voluntary donation to justify to such extreme measures.

 

China’s Organ Havesting Concentration Camps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vx5afAtGAY

NY May Get Organ Removal Ambulance
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/200..ittycNvGjZGK9mQJa24cA

China’s mobile execution vans
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/HG21Ad01.html

Gordon Brown: Government Owns Your Bodies
http://noworldsystem.com/2008..rnment-owns-your-bodies/

United Nations Model is China
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvuhFSJXfZg

 



Gordon Brown: Government Owns Your Bodies
January 15, 2008, 2:13 pm
Filed under: Britain, Europe, european union, gordon brown, organ donation, United Kingdom

Gordon Brown: Government Owns Your Bodies

Telegraph
January 13, 2008

Gordon Brown has thrown his weight behind a move to allow hospitals to take organs from dead patients without explicit consent. Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, the Prime Minister says that such a facility would save thousands of lives and that he hopes such a system can start this year.
The proposals would mean consent for organ donation after death would be automatically presumed, unless individuals had opted out of the national register or family members objected. But patients’ groups said that they were “totally opposed” to Mr Brown’s plan, saying that it would take away patients’ rights over their own bodies.Read Full Article Here