九州体育在线充值

            
            

            中文   |  BIG5  |  Espa?ol  | Fran?ais  |  Deutsch  |  Русский  |   日本語  |  ???  |  English
                
             
            Feature  |  Pictures  |  Videos  |  Data  |  FAQ  |  E-Book  |  Voice of Religion Circle  |  Officia Statement
            Home | Full Presentation  |  Recommendation  |  Rumor & Fact  |  Public Opinion  |  Word from Ex-member  |  View from Intelligentsia  |  China | World
             
            首页 > Main Recommendations
             
            Specialists gather in SW China for organ donation and transplant conference
             
            Adjust font size:   Close Xinhua  2017-08-07
             

            KUNMING, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- More than 1,000 Chinese and foreign organ transplant specialists gathered Saturday in southwest China's Kunming City for a conference.

            China Organ Donation and Transplantation Conference covers topics including donor sources, clinical practice, education and ethical standards.

            "A successful transplant system requires the dedication of transplant professionals, coordination between the health sector and government and definitive legislation," said Nancy Ascher, president of the Transplantation Society. "It's great to see China's achievements with the support of the government and public."

            A total of 2,866 organ donations took place in China from January to July in 2017, a 33 percent increase on a yearly basis, according to Huang Jiefu, chairman of the China National Organ Donation and Transplantation Committee (COTDF).

            "China has issued over 30 policies and regulations to ensure the transparency and fairness of organ donation," Guo Yanhong from National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) said at the conference.

            "China banned the use of organs donated by executed prisoners in 2015 and made voluntary donation the only legitimate source," he said.

            So far, nearly 300,000 people in China have expressed a wish to donate organs, according to NHFPC.

            "A shortage of organ transplant doctors is also impeding progress, but we have trained over 500 Chinese doctors since 2012," said Marti Manyalich, president of the International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement. "We welcome China's involvement in the cause, and there will be more training and exchange programs in China."

            The conference was co-hosted by COTDF and China Organ Donation Administrative Center under the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC), backed by NHFPC and RCSC.

            Adjust font size:  Close
             
            0
              Comment
              Related News
          1. China Focus: Organ transplant reform in China: a journey of hardship and progress2017-08-07
          2. Organ donors may double 2015's2017-08-07
          3. China expected to take lead in fight against organ trafficking2017-08-07
          4. Light in the darkness: A teenage donor and her selfless parents2017-04-05
          5. What are the Sources for Claims of Millions of Organs Harvested in China?2017-03-07
          6. The Black History of Falun Gong “Organ Harvesting” Rumor2017-02-21
          7. After prisoner organ ban, efforts recognized internationally but challenges remain2017-02-16
          8. No nation free of organ trafficking, claim speakers at Vatican summit2017-02-14
          9. Everything You Need to Know about Organ Harvesting in China2016-08-12
          10. Organizations praise China’s progress in organ donation2017-07-28
          11.  
            Email: facts@kaiwind.com Site Map About Us
               Copyright © Cult Studies

                      
                      

                      黄金岛主页

                      金福彩票导航

                      大发888官方下载

                      金福彩票网

                      幸福彩票网址

                      ca888亚洲城 官方网站

                      wwww88优德com

                      www.qianyi11

                      win足球即时比分