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Human organs harvested in M’sia


FMT News | March 21, 2012
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Mohali, India — When a body organ 'agent' offered to buy his kidney, destitute and desperate Bangladeshi Mohsin Abdul's only thought was: “I could live with one kidney and having two of these will not help me ease my debts".

Levy Izhak Rosenbaum Pleads Guilty To Selling Black Market Kidneys


Huffington Post | October 27, 2011
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TRENTON, N.J. — A New York man pleaded guilty Thursday to what experts said was the first ever proven case of black-market organ trafficking in the United States.

Estimating the risks of acquiring a kidney abroad: a meta-analysis of complications following participation in transplant tourism


Clinical Transplantation | April 8, 2012
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Abstract — A meta-analysis of odds ratios comparing the risks of participating in transplant tourism by acquiring a kidney abroad to the risks associated with domestic kidney transplant was undertaken.

First case of people trafficking for organs uncovered in UK


The Telegraph | April 25 2012
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UK: Details of the harrowing case emerged in a report from The Salvation Army, which provides specialist support for the adult victims of trafficking on behalf of the Ministry of Justice Photo: Alamy

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