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Ethical Policies for Transplant Surgery in China

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    In this segment, Dr. Millis discusses his work in spurring changes within the Chinese transplant programs to institute more ethically sound transplant policies. Currently there are approximately 120 accredited transplant centers in China, a far-cry from the 500 loosely certified centers operating only a few years ago. The interview follows with a discussion on the end of "transplant tourism" and the various coercive measures exacted to make organ donors of Chinese prisoners.

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    In this segment, Dr. Millis discusses his work in spurring changes within the Chinese transplant programs to institute more ethically sound transplant policies. Currently there are approximately 120 accredited transplant centers in China, a far-cry from the 500 loosely certified centers operating only a few years ago. The interview follows with a discussion on the end of "transplant tourism" and the various coercive measures exacted to make organ donors of Chinese prisoners.

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