Luo Qintian, a driver for the Agricultural Bank of Chengde, Hebei Province, went to a local hospital in January 2006 and was told he had to have a liver transplant or he would die. Mr. Luo chose to have a liver transplant.
A liver became available only three days after Luo was admitted to the Institute of Liver Transplantation at the General Hospital of the Armed Forces. His liver transplant surgery was done immediately. After a few days, the surgery was confirmed to be a failure. A doctor told the patient's daughter another liver was available and told her to apply for it through Director Shen Zhongyang. Luo had the second surgery, which also was a failure.
Mr. Luo returned home and passed away in a local hospital. Only twenty days had passed from the time he was told he needed a liver to the time he passed away. Within this short time the hospital had two organ donors available.
The source of organs is suspicious when two matching livers were obtained within ten days. A third-party investigation has indicated that the likely source is a readily available organ bank of living Falun Gong practitioners.
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