The CCP’s large-scale systematic organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners held in the Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Liaoning Province of northeastern China was exposed by the international media on March 9, 2006. Facing the allegations, the CCP and China’s organ transplant industry kept silent for three weeks. The Foreign Ministry spokesperson then denied the camp’s existence. In the meanwhile, “Interim Provisions to Manage Clinical Applications of Human Organ Transplant Technologies” were issued and stated that the CCP would start screening organ transplant hospitals on July 1, 2006 for qualification, and that starting from May 1, 2007, unqualified hospitals could no longer carry out organ transplants. After the Interim Provisions were announced, many hospitals across China saw a dramatic increase in their organ transplant operations. Hospitals nationwide suddenly had a large number of organs available, and their medical personnel were required to work overtime to transplant organs. This nationwide organ transplant rush lasted at least for a period of more than one year.
【铁证如山系列讲座】第09集 突击移植活人器官大促销 Episode 9: Free Living "Donor" Organ Transplants