Investigation Leads: Eight Patients Receive Kidney Transplants in Five Days at Chengdu Army General Hospital in 2002 and Other Developments

Investigation Lead: Eight Patients Receive Kidney Transplants in Five Days at Chengdu Army General Hospital

Yang Xiuqiong, a woman from Anxi Town, Xinjin County now lives in Chengguan, Xinjin County. On November 28th, 2002 she received a kidney transplant at the Chengdu Army General Hospital. Around the time of her surgery, eight people, including herself, received kidney transplants within five days. The patients were prevented from knowing the head surgeon's identity. Hospital officials merely told them that the best doctor was assigned to carry out the procedure. Ms. Yang only knew that there was a doctor named Wang Liang.

Investigation lead: in 2003, three large buses transferred young Falun Gong practitioners from Fushun City, Liaoning Province to Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province

According to an insider, in 2003, three large buses fully loaded with Falun Dafa practitioners traveled from Fushun City, Liaoning Province to Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province. The practitioners were of both genders, all of them under 30 years of age. They were driven to a prison in Harbin City. There were actually not that many practitioners in Fushun City who were illegally sentenced to prison. It is quite likely that the practitioners were brought in from other cities. We refrain from divulging information regarding the witness at present for his own protection.

Investigation lead: Huaxi Hospital doctor and staff in Chengdu City urge patient to undergo liver transplant

Qin, an engineer living at a teacher's dormitory in Xinjin County, suffered from liver disease, which could not be cured after treatment at the Huaxi Hospital in Chengdu City. The doctor suggested that he undergo a liver transplant. His family decided that a liver transplant would be very costly and the post-surgical survival rate not long, so they turned it down. In April of 2006, the hospital officials repeatedly urged the patient to undergo a liver transplant surgery, but the patient did not go for it. In the past few days, the hospital staff have continually pressured the patient to undergo a transplant.

Investigation lead: the hospital affiliated with Shanghai Jiaotong University finds matching liver in little more than 20 days

I have a friend who was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2004. A medical expert said his only option was to receive a transplant. He went to the hospital affiliated with Shanghai Jiaotong University, also called the No. 1 People's Hospital in Shanghai in late October of 2004 to prepare for liver transplant surgery. A matching liver was available in little more than 20 days. The head surgeon was Xu Xueming. When my friend came back, he said that lots of people received liver transplants at the hospital. As for the source of these organs, I think it's very likely that they came from murdered Falun Gong practitioners, similar to the ones held in Sujiatun Concentration Camp.

Investigation lead: a child's pineal gland stolen at Yaan City People's Hospital 10 years ago

When a Falun Dafa practitioner clarified the truth about the Sujiatun Concentration Camp to a non-practitioner, the latter had no doubt that the Chinese Communist Party is capable of such vicious crimes. He told the Dafa practitioner something he knew, which took place about a decade ago in Yaan City: there was a sick child from Kongping Township in Yaan City who later died. The child was hospitalized at the Yaan City People's Hospital. The hospital staff wrapped the child's body in a piece of white cloth after death. When the body was sent home, the family unwrapped the cloth. They discovered that the back of the child's skull had been opened and then reattached, and the pineal gland had been removed.

Investigation lead: man in a residential area in Dandong City, Liaoning Province plasticized bodies and sold them overseas

According to a Beijing Morning News special report from Liaoning Province, dozens of corpses were stored inside a courtyard in Group 7, Xiaogushan Village, Loufang Town, Zhenan District, Dandong City.

It was reported that a foreigner brought these bodies to Xiaogushan Village around May 17th for human specimen sale as well as for medical uses.

After receiving the report, the Dandong city police agency dispatched officers to investigate the matter. After they confirmed that the storage of these bodies was part of a business transaction, they transferred the issue to the Department of Public Health in Dandong City. The police refused to comment.

"I heard that many bodies were found in a courtyard inside Group 7 of Xiaogushan Village, Loufang Town, Zhenan District, Dandong City," says a reader of Beijing Morning News. He also heard that about 30 bodies were discovered.

In China, it looks like making profits off human bodies and corpses is being done openly and in large quantities.

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