China now performs more organ transplants than any other country in the world, despite having few donations. Where do these organs come from?

A decade of research by international investigators has found that the Chinese regime is systematically killing prisoners of conscience on demand to feed its vast organ transplant industry.

With patients throughout the world traveling to China for organ transplants, the practice has become a global crime.

A crime:

lasting 17 years and counting
driven by the state
carried out by doctors
extinguishing body and spirit
A test of our time.

A Decade-Long Investigation

International researchers examined hundreds of transplant hospitals in China and their revenue, bed counts, bed utilization rates, surgical expertise, training programs, state funding, and more. Their sources include media reports, official statements, medical journals, hospital websites, and web archive, supplemented by whistleblower testimony. Through this network of information, the researchers pieced together the system of state, military, and civilian institutions that have been mobilized to carry out a systematic medical genocide.

Latest Findings

On-Demand Transplants

While transplant waiting lists in other countries are years long, hospitals in China quoted waiting times in weeks or even days. These hospitals advertised to foreign patients, for whom transplants could be scheduled in advance.

Huge Transplant Volume

The latest research estimates that China performs far more organ transplants each year than its official figure of 10,000 indicates, and more than any other country in the world, despite having few voluntary donors.

A State Crime

Official organ sources—executed prisoners and donations—can account for only a small fraction of all transplants performed in China. The vast majority are taken from unwilling prisoners of conscience.

Global Response

Israel, Spain, Italy, and Taiwan have passed laws restricting their citizens from traveling to China to receive organ transplants from illicit sources.

The European Parliament and the U.S. House of Representatives have passed resolutions condemning organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China.

How to Help

Facing such atrocities threatening humanity today, you can have a great impact by:

  • learning more about this issue and telling others about it
  • contacting your elected officials and supporting legislation to prevent individuals and institutions from becoming complicit
  • sharing the video Medical Genocide and this website

Contact Your Senator

If you live in the U.S., send a letter to urge your senator to support Senate Resolution 220.

Sign a Petition

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