【禁闻】专家:停止赴中国寻求器官移植

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【新唐人2013年03月11日讯】日前,台北举办了一场以“器官移植”为主题的研讨会。会议中,专家呼吁台湾政府:应明文禁止民众以买卖方式到中国大陆寻求器官移植,因为纵容中共强摘包括法轮功学员在内的良心犯和死刑犯器官的行为。

由于全球器官供需严重失衡,亚洲病患大量前往中国大陆做器官移植手术。而在中国发生的强摘死刑犯和良心犯器官的问题,受到国际社会的抨击已经有一段时间。

这场由“台湾国际器官移植关怀协会”和“台湾医界联盟基金会”主办的“国人赴境外器官移植之医疗安全及国际立法趋势”研讨会,正是在这个背景下展开。

台湾卫生署资料显示,从2000年到2011年间,台湾病人赴境外移植器官,每年约200人,其中88%在中国大陆,移植器官类别以肾脏为大宗,原因是台湾本地器官来源不足。

“国际器官移植关怀协会”副理事长黄士维,在研讨会上表示,以色列、马来西亚等国立法禁止国人到中国大陆器官移植,提高了国人捐赠器官数量。他建议政府应立法禁止民众到大陆器官移植,并开放捐赠器官法规及鼓励措施,才能解决器官捐赠来源不足的问题。

时事评论员刘国华:“这是个非常正面、非常好的消息。这说明台湾实际上也是在跟随世界的主流。我们大家知道,活摘器官是中共,尤其是江泽民犯罪团伙,江、周(周永康)、薄熙来还有曾庆红这四个人,以他们为首的,对法轮功和中国人民没有底线的这种犯罪行为。”

身兼“台湾医界联盟基金会”执行长的台联立法委员林世嘉,她在接受《德国之声》采访时指出,中国大陆的器官来源不明,有法律责任和医疗风险。她提到,曾经耳闻有人到大陆寻找器官捐赠,结果第一次有三个肾脏等著和他配对,第二次则有四个,第三次才成功。

林世嘉质疑器官的来源,她表示,“人的死亡本来是不可预期的。但是去大陆接受器官移植,却可以事先精准的预期时间地点来进行手术。接受手术的人无法确认器官是否真是捐赠而来,还是有人基于其他原因,不得不把器官让出来﹖是否在人权迫害下被摘除器官?”

为了制止器官买卖和中介情形的泛滥,她将提案修正“人体器官移植条例”法,杜绝器官买卖和中介行为。

美国“西奈山医学院”病理专业博士王文怡:“应该是各个国家,不管他有没有人去到中国大陆做这种移植,都应该有这样的一个决议来警醒自己的国民,不要去到中国大陆做移植,因为他可能就涉及到参与了对法轮功学员杀害,然后取器官的这样一个过程。”

《国家掠夺器官》一书作者,加拿大公民勋章得主大卫‧麦塔斯律师说,根据他们的调查,病患前往中国进行器官移植手术的等待时间特别短,虽然中共当局宣称,器官来源来自死刑犯,但调查结果显示,中国死刑犯的人数,明显和器官捐赠的案例数不符。

麦塔斯还提到,发展器官移植技术的人,大概做梦也没想到,器官移植会被用来杀害良心犯以谋取利益。现在国际社会采取行动,设法矫正器官移植的问题,而法轮功学员严重遭受迫害则是最大动力。

而台湾的卫生署医事处长许铭能表示,卫生署已提出人体器官移植条例修正草案,如果一切顺利,可望在今年7月三读通过。以往卫生署对中介器官买卖的医事人员,只处以撤销医师证书的处分。修法后,不论是医事人员或是旅游业者等,只要中介器官买卖,将处以刑法伤害罪的刑责及加重罚锾。

采访/常春 编辑/李明飞 后制/薛莉

Specialists: Stop Going to China for Organ Transplant

Recently, a symposium on “Organ Transplantation”
has been held in Taipei. In the meeting,
specialists asked the Taiwan Government
to make regulations.
They asked the government to act in order to prevent
its people from going to China for organ transplants.
Otherwise, it would be assisting in the crime that the
CCP has been committing on Falun Gong practitioners and
prisoners sentenced to death,
by forcibly harvesting their organs.

A lot of Asian patients come to China for organ transplants

because the demand for organs in Asia far outweighs
the supply across the world.
The International community has been condemning
China’s forcible harvesting of organs from prisoners
sentenced to death and prisoners of conscience.

The symposium “Taiwan Citizens Going Overseas
for Organ Transplant – Safety and International Legislation”
as held by “The International Organ Transplant
Caring Association in Taiwan” and the “Medical Union Foundation in Taiwan”.

Documents from Taiwan Department of Heath show that
about 200 Taiwan citizens went overseas for organ transplant every year from 2000 to 2011.
Among these 88% got their organ transplanted in China.
Most organ transplants are kidney transplant.
An Insufficient supply of organs in Taiwan forced
a lot of people go to China for organ transplants.

Huang Shiwei, Vice President of the “International
Organ Transplant Caring Association in Taiwan”,
stated that legislation in Israel and Malaysia restrains
their citizens from going to China for organ transplant.
Thus donation of organs increases in those countries.
Mr. Huang suggested that Taiwan legislators should do the same.
Taiwan should adjust its rules and regulations regarding
organ donation and encourage organ donation.
Only in this way can the problem of insufficient
organ supply be solved.

Commentator Liu Guohua: ”It’s very good to see that Taiwan
is trying to follow the trend of international legislation on overseas organ transplant.
We all know it is the Chinese Communist Party that
commits the crime of live organ harvesting.
The severe persecution on Falun Gong practitioners and
Chinese people, as led by Jiang Zemin, Zhou Yongkang,
Bo Xilai and Zeng Qinghong, has no bottom line at all.”

Lin Shih-chia, Executive Officer of the “Medical Union Foundation
in Taiwan”, stated that the source of organs is unclear in China.
That there is legal liability and medical risk
if one goes to China for organ transplant.
In the interview with “The Voice of Germany”, Lin Shih-chia mentioned
that she heard that a patient went to China for an organ transplant.
On the first occasion there were 3 kidneys available.
The second time, there were 4 available.
The third time, a kidney that matched the patient
was finally found and transplanted.

Lin Shih-chia questioned the source of the organs.
She said: “It’s unpredictable when a person will die.
However, in China, organ transplants are operated in
an express time and place agreed on ahead of time.
Is the organ really donated or from other sources?
Is the organ harvested from someone being persecuted?”

Lin Shih-chia suggested that “Regulations on Human
Organ Transplant” should be modified, to put an end to illegal organ dealings.”

Wang Wenyi, Ph.D. in Pathology from Mount Sinai School
of Medicine, “All countries should issue resolutions to warn
their people not to go to China for organ transplant.
Otherwise, the person would get involved in the killing of
Falun Gong practitioners and obtaining their organs.”

Lawyer David Matas is the author of the book
“State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China” and he was
honored as an honorary citizen of Canada in 1985.
In his book, Lawyer Matas said that there are
very short waiting times in Chinese hospitals
for transplants based on their investigation.
Even the government stated that executed prisoners
sentenced to death are the source of organs transplants.
However, execution of prisoners sentenced to death
can’t explain the increase of organ transplants in China
since the persecution of Falun Gong began.

Lawyer Matas also mentioned that those who have an
organ transplanted might never think that
organs are used as tools to make a profit from
killing prisoners of conscience.
Now the international community has taken actions
to rectify the problems in organ transplant,
one of the biggest motivations to push the legislation forward
is the severe persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China.

Mingneng, Director of Taiwan Department of Health,
stated that the Department of Health has already proposed
a draft of regulations on human organ transplant.

If everything goes well, the draft will be approved in July.
Medical staff involved in illegal organ dealings will
their licenses revoked.
After the new regulations are passed, whoever commits
illegal organ dealings will be sentenced as a criminal and the fines will be more severe.

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