After the organ-harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese Communist Party was exposed, it caused wide-spread concern around the world. The following questions were asked of a doctor from the People’s Hospital of Tianjin City:
Inquirer: Can our People’s Hospital do organ transplants?
Inquirer: How about technical problems?
Doctor: No problem.
Inquirer: Is it a routine operation?
Doctor: It is routine.
Inquirer: Are they organs from living persons?
Doctor: Of course.
Inquirer: Where are the donors from?
Doctor: We have contact with courts and prisons.
Inquirer: If they are death row inmates, after the execution, won’t the organs die quickly?
Doctor: They are executed, but they are not dead. The organs are then harvested. The operation only takes a little over 10 minutes. The organs are put into a plastic bag with water and taken away quickly.
Inquirer: According to Chinese traditions, it is a big taboo for a dead person to not have an intact body. Isn't that hard for people to accept? The inmates or their family members would not agree to that.
Doctor: You don’t know the darkness behind all this. The only thing the family members see is the ashes.
Inquirer: How much does it cost?
Doctor: For a kidney, fifty thousand yuan will be sufficient if you have medical insurance.
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