Here’s what Australia can do to help end the Chinese organ trade

The Conversation, 9 August 2016
Author: Wendy Rogers
“After initial denials, the Chinese government admits it has used the organs from executed prisoners, but now claims (since January 2015) only organs from voluntary citizen donors are used. But in the new system, prisoners’ organs can be counted as voluntary citizen donations, making it business as usual in China. Publicising the facts about the organ trade in China may dissuade those considering this desperate measure. But it will hardly cause its collapse. Withdrawal of Australian support would show we cannot condone a system that uses prisoners of conscience as an expendable source of organs.”
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