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Organ trafficking in Egypt leads to death of Saudi transplant "tourist"

Saudi-Gazette- -January-19-2017Saudi Gazette | January 19, 2017
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By Nadir Al-Anzi

Embassy in Cairo denies detention of Saudi patients

TABUK — The Saudi embassy in Cairo has denied detention of Saudi patients in Cairo on charges of trading in human organs and said there are only two Saudi patients among the 40 other foreigners and Egyptians involved in the case.

The embassy, in a statement, said one of the two patients, Jaiz Al-Shammari has died while the second, Abdullah Al-Shabrami, is free now...

Organ trafficking in Egypt - patients are not winners in transplant tourism

El-Balad- -January-17-2017El-Balad | January 17, 2017
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Saudis reported stranded over suspected organ traffickingover suspected organ trafficking

Two Saudi men have been held in Egypt for the last two months for their alleged involvement in Egypt’s back market trade in illegal organs، according to authorities...

Organ trafficking in Pakistan - a complex and heartless business that hurts the most vulnerable

Dawn- -January-17-2017Dawn | January 17, 2017
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By Naziha Syed Ali

Organ trafficking: doctors, police and middlemen

A vast network of players sustains the kidney trade racket.

Many terrific talks about organ trafficking & potential solutions discussed at @IndJMedEthics National Bioethics Conference, Pune, India

IndJMedEthics- -January-14-2017@IndJMedEthics | January 14, 2017
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The Indian Journal of Medical Ethics is a platform for discussion on health care ethics with a focus on developing countries like India.

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