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China To Step Up Supervision Of Human Organ Transplants; Enforce Ban On Foreigners Receiving Transplants

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SHANGHAI - China's Ministry Of Health is set to extensively review hospitals already approved to provide human organ transplants nationwide, and will bar any other hospitals from facilitating transplants in the future, according to a report published on the ministry's official Web site

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