Can China stop organ trafficking?
from The New Yorker
Everywhere in the world, the number of patients in need of kidneys, hearts, livers or corneas outstrips the number of donors, but in China the situation is particularly acute. Even though China performs more transplants annually than any country except the U.S., less than 1 percent of the population in need of life-saving transplants receives them (as compared to about 20 percent in the U.S.). According to China's Ministry of Health, some 1.5 million people continue to wait for transplants.
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