A recently announced plan to wean the Chinese organ transplantation industry off of the organs of executed prisoners is a cover-up, say researchers and a medical advocacy group.
Respected Asia watcher calls for candidates to view important video and ask serious questions about Chinese Organ Theft.
It's being called "abhorrent" and a "crime against humanity." Allegations of forced organ harvesting in China started to surface in 2006. Since then, mounting evidence [...]
A foreign policy advisor to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said the United States should take on organ harvesting in China.
At a campaign event in Virginia on Oct. 5 a Falun Gong practitioner shook hands with President Obama and handed him a letter documenting the forced, live organ harvesting from [...]
When it comes to organ harvesting, David Matas has good reason to be so bent on staying in constant contact.
A quarter of the House signed on to a letter deploring China's alleged organ harvesting.
Parris H. Chang said this is a critical moment for the international community to demand a thorough investigation of the crime of organ harvesting in China.
Two major Twitter-like platforms, Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo (weibo means “microblog” in Chinese), lifted the ban on searches for terms associated with organ harvesting.
The petition called on the U.S. government to call China to account for longstanding allegations of organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience.