China to ban human organ trafficking from May 1 – China Daily

From the China Daily:

China will formally ban the trade in human organs from May 1, state media reported.

The regulation, issued by the State Council, or China’s cabinet, does not apply to transplants of human tissue such as cells, corneas or bone marrow, the Xinhua news agency reported on Friday…

China in July last year issued rules on the buying and selling of human organs for transplant.

The new regulation “stipulates that human should respect the principle of voluntary and free donation and makes it a crime to harvest organs without the owner’s permission or against his will,” Xinhua said.”[Full Text]


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