Chinese Version of International Organ Transplant Website Reopened
The China International Organ Transplant (CIOT) is a website that solicits patients from the world to go to China to have organ transplant surgeries. The website is in different languages- Chinese, English, Japanese, Russian, and Korean. Its Chinese version website was closed when the organ harvesting in China were exposed several month ago, but now, the website is reopened.
This March, after the exposure of the Chinese government's forced organ removals from living Falun Gong practitioners, the Chinese website was shut down within a matter of weeks. Recently the Chinese site has been resurrected at an awkward time when international opinion is condemning the Chinese government for selling organs from executed people. A notable scholar said the fact that the website continues to solicit customers for organ transplants indicates the Organ Transplant Regulation in China passed this July 1st was a devious lie.
Dr. Wang Wenyi has been paying close attention to the forced organ removal from live people. She thinks that although the IPC Group is a Japanese company, its website looks no different than a Chinese official website. The Chinese government, being the real owner, uses a Japanese company as a front because it knows that the organs come from illegal channels. When the illegal and immoral business is finally exposed, the Chinese government thinks it will excape the responsibility.
Not long after that, the Chinese version of the CIOT website was removed because the content of the website became incriminating evidence showing the Chinese government had a large pool of donors waiting to have their organs removed while they were still alive. This was reported by media all over the world.
The Chinese version of the CIOT website came back on line with even more shocking changes to its content. Boastful information on waiting times for organs being less than a month now had also been moved into a more subtle place in the webs text. Dr. Wang said since the use of live organs is illegal, the website was shut down to conceal the short waiting times. The reopening of the Chinese website only reflects the Chinese government thinks that the risk of getting caught is lower now and they can start soliciting for business again.
In Japan, on average, the average wait for an organ transplant is five years. Experts said there might be an enormous live organ bank in China, which means there is a large group of people waiting to have their organs removed.
Based on the CIOT website, there have been 85000 organ transplants done in China by 2006. In 2005 alone, there were 12000 organ transplants.
The website also admits that it was because of the support of the Chinese government that this large number of transplant surgeries could be completed. On Oct 9, 1984, the Supreme Court of PRC, Supreme People's Procuratorate of PRC, Ministry of Public Safety of PRC, Ministry of Justice of PRC, Ministry of Health of the PRC, and Ministry of Civil Affairs of the PRC conjointly announced laws to confirm government support of organ donation. The website also emphasizes that this (short organ delivery time) could only happen in China.
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