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Telephone Messages(4)- Harvesting Organs in China

Posted by Author on July 28, 2006

Telephone Message 4

Call time: March 16, 2006organ harvesting demo (3)
A: Investigator B: Hospital C: Doctor Dai
City: Shanghai (The Affiliated Hospital of Jiaotong University in Shanghai)

Telephone company record:
Date/Time: 03/16/2006 02:19:39
Phone Number: 011862163240090
Length of Call(minutes): 15

B: Greetings. This is the No. 1 Adjunct Hospital of Shanghai Jiaotong University.
A: Hello. May I have your number of liver transplant center?
B: Please wait while we are connecting you…
C: Let me tell you, it should be OK to have liver transplant in your case.
A: I just want to know how long we have to wait.
C: We have supplies everyday. Today for example, we are performing transplant surgery.
A: Well, I mean not just a fresh one. We need one from live human body…
C: Sure, the organs we use are all from live persons.
A: What?
C: They are all live organs! Ours are the best.
A: Then I want to know how long you have been in operation. I want to find out your skill level.
C: We’ve done this for 5-6 years. We have performed such kind of operation for 5-6 years already.
A: Then how many do you do per month?
C: We have done 400 to 500 cases.
A: What? 400 – 500?
C: Yes, that’s right.
A: So you do 400 to 500 transplants every year?
C: No. This year we just started after the Chinese New Year, but so far we’ve done more than 10 cases, 20 to 30 cases already. Each year we did about 100 to 200 transplants.
A: All these organs, they must come from healthy persons. We need the healthy one.
C: I’ll make sure that you’re satisfied after you come.

A: I heard some come from those who practice qigong. They are very healthy.
C: Yes, we have this type, but I cannot explain to you clearly over the phone.
A: If you could find me one, I will come right away.
C: Of course. Just come over!
A: Oh, you could. Then how do I find you? What’s your last name? I will look for you.
C: I’m Doctor Dai.
A: Which Dai?
C: The ‘Dai’ as in ‘dai mao’ (=wear a hat).

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Voice record (MP3 file) available on WOIPFG’s website:
Telephone Messages: Evidences of Harvesting Organs in China

by David Matas and David Kilgou

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