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No sale.

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Idea / Organ trafficking has long been a problem around the world. China also has had a long, troubled history with organ transplantations since 1972 following the first operations on prisoners. The black market for trading organs is still active. Despite international calls to crack down on organ harvesting, illegal organ transplants have continued in China since 2000. This poster is intended to contain a warning message against such misconduct and unethical behavior. The left clothes that were soiled were those who had undergone forced organ harvesting, and the heart that was removed from them was wrapped in wraps like new products. The white clothes on the right show the price of a heart that sells organs and sells like clothes at the same time as the buyer. Secret price tags attached to organs that are invisible to our eyes. It warns you that your heart can be traded too.

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Evidence of Investigations into Recordings of Hospitals Nationwide

四川省人民医院移植科医办

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SMGネットワーク 台灣國際器官移植關懷協會 KAEOT(한국장기이식윤리협회)
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