Essential Research on the
Medical Crime of Organ Harvesting
Since 2006, a field of research on forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has been undertaken and published by independent researchers, investigators, including doctors, journalists, and non-governmental organizations. The research and evidence continues to grow.
BOOKS & MAJOR REPORTS
By David Kilgour, David Matas, and Ethan Gutmann, 2016, as presented to U.S. Congress and numerous Parliaments around the world.
By Ethan Gutmann, Prometheus Books, 2014
By David Matas (editor) and Torsten Trey (editor), Seraphim Editions, 2012
By David Matas and David Kilgour, Seraphim Editions, 2009
By NTD Television, 2012
SELECT MEDIA REPORTS
THE DIPLOMAT: China’s Organ Transplant Problem
NEW YORK TIMES: Angry Claims and Furious Denials Over Organ Transplants in China
NEWS.COM.AU: The reality of human organ harvesting in China
DAILY BEAST: Does China Harvest Organs From Living Prisoners?
MEDICAL/ETHICS JOURNAL ARTICLES
Smoke and mirrors: Unanswered questions and misleading statements obscure the truth about organ sources in China By Rogers, Wendy A, Trey, Torsten, Fiatarone Singh, Maria, Bridgett, Madeleine, Bramstedt, Katrina, Lavee, Jacob, Journal of Medical Ethics, 2016; 42 (8): 552-553.
Here’s what Australia can do to help end the Chinese organ trade
By Rogers W., The Conversation, 9 August 2016
China’s terrible transplant secret
By Rogers W., Journal of Medical Ethics Blog, 6 May 2016
Hard To Believe Review
By Holly Northam, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Mar. 30, 2016 13: 353. doi:10.1007/s11673-016-9717-1
Historical development and current status of organ procurement from death-row prisoners in China
By Kirk C. Allison, Arthur Caplan, Michael E. Shapiro, Charl Els, Norbert W. Paul and Huige Li, BMC Medical Ethics 2015, 16:85, Dec. 2015.
China’s Semantic Trick With Prisoner Organs
By Kirk C Allison, Norbert W Paul, Michael E Shapiro, Charl Els, and Huige Li, The BMJ blog, Oct. 2015.
Bleaching Organ Procurement Crimes in China
By Jacob Lavee, MD, The International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation Newsletter, Vol 6, Issue 10, Feb. 2015.
Organ Procurement from Executed Prisoners in China
By A. Sharif, M. Fiatarone Singh, T. Trey and J. Lavee, American Journal of Transplantation, 14: 2246-2252, 2014.
The Use of Prisoners As Sources of Organs -- An Ethically Dubious Practice
By Arthur Caplan. The American Journal of Bioethics. 11 (10): 1–5, Oct. 2011
International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China www.EndTransplantAbuse.org
Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting www.DAFOH.org
Global Bioethics Initiative www.GlobalBioethics.org
Donate Life America www.DonateLife.net
American Transplant Association www.AmericanTransplantFoundation.org