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Japanese Patients Receive Organ Transplants In China Despite Chinese Ban

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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An Osaka-based non-profit organization Feb. 6 disclosed that under the organization's arrangement 17 Japanese patients received organ transplants in China after May 2007, when China enforced a regulation banning organ transplants to foreigners. According to the NPO's executive, 14 patients received kidney transplants and three received liver transplants. All surgeries were conducted in military hospitals based in Guangzhou and other cities. Military hospitals in China are usually less strict in carrying out regulations. NPO paid these hospitals ¥6.5 million for each transplant, including ¥2 million as gratuity. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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