From ABC News Online:
Chinese body parts are in hot demand, with Western patients sick of long waiting queues and in need of a transplant.
Customers, including dozens of Australians, are prepared to pay up to $US170,000 ($255,700) for a major organ such as a lung or heart.
Earlier this month PM reported on a Canadian human rights study about political prisoners being executed and then harvested for body parts.
It claimed since 2000 almost 40,000 transplants have been carried
July 25, 2006 8:12 AM