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Telephone Messages(6)- Harvesting Organs in China

Posted by Author on July 31, 2006

Telephone Message6

Call time: March 30, 2006
A: Investigator B: Hospital Staff
City: Wuhan (Tongji Hospital in Wuhan City)
Tel No.: 0118627-83662688 ext. Kidney Transplant Department (or Urological Surgery Department)
Telephone company record: 3/30/2006 17:46

A: Hello. Is it the Wuhan Tongji Hospital?Wang bin - organ harvesting
B: Yes, it is.
A: Are you the Urological Surgery Department? We need to have kidney transplant.
B: Yes, this is the Kidney Transplant Department.
A: When did you start the large volume kidney transplantation?
B: We are the earliest place. We started a long time ago.
A: How many operations do you do each year?
B: Our hospital is the place where largest amount of transplants have been done. In the whole Hubei Province area, our department is the most productive one. We’ve done a lot because we have ample organ supplies.
A: From a patient’s perspective, live kidney source is preferred. So we are looking for live organ transplantation from prisoners, for example, from those who practice Falun Gong. Is it possible?
B: Sure, it’s not a problem.
A: So do you get enough supplies of live organs from prisoners such as those who practice Falun Gong?
B: Yes, sure, no problem. When you are ready, you can come over directly and we will discuss it in detail.

Note: Picture: Wang Bin, Falun Gong practitioner

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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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