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  1. Illegal organ trade thrives

    Posted Mar 27th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Zhuang Pinghui pinghui.zhuang@scmp.com An investigative report by an official newspaper has offered a rare glimpse into the illegal organ trade on the mainland and how poverty has driven young people to sell their kidneys for just 20,000 yuan. Donors, mostly migrant workers living in the Pearl River Delta region, sold their kidneys for a variety of reasons, including paying ...

  2. China's other drug trade

    Posted Dec 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the security guard recalled. 'But they never used trucks to transport their products; they hid them in their cars.' Police said Shanghai Tash had racked up more than 4 million yuan (HK$4.87 ... workshops had been shut down and more than 300 million pills or bottles of medication seized. The combined street value of the products, if sold as genuine goods, was estimated at 2 billion yuan ...

  3. News - China - HEALTH

    Weeping doctor paraded around hospital by angry mob after patient dies

    Posted Mar 06th 2014, 05:07pm by SIJIA JIANG

    ... sources at the hospital, that the hospital had at first agreed to give the patient’s relatives 100,000 yuan (HK$126,000), but the offer had been withdrawn following the media attention. ...

  4. 5b yuan gone in 2 minutes for Hepalink couple

    Posted May 11th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Daniel Ren in Shanghai The couple that briefly topped the list of the mainland's richest people saw their net worth shrink yesterday by 5.1 billion yuan (HK$5.81 billion) after shares in the company they founded, Shenzhen Hepalink Pharmaceutical, plunged the daily trading limit. Hepalink tumbled 10 per cent, the daily maximum, only two minutes after trading opened on the Shenzhen ...

  5. Officials plan to crack down on Guangdong's thriving blood trade

    Posted Apr 05th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... He said when paid donors were used, safety procedures were often skipped. The news report said paid donors get 200 yuan for 400cc of blood donated in Jieyang and get to keep all of the money whereas they were paid 290 yuan in Longquan in Heyuan but had to pay their minders 170 yuan. The donors, previously known as blood cows, pay 320 yuan a month to the gang for food and housing ...

  6. Shanghai seeks to curb illegal organ trade

    Posted Jan 17th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... penalties for those who trade in organs and for doctors who perform illegal transplants. However, it does not extend protection to prisoners on death row- whose organs are often harvested without ... donor's blood type, a mobile phone number or e-mail address and the price. The cheapest kidney for sale yesterday was 50,000 yuan; others were priced in the hundreds of thousands of yuan ...

  7. 16 charged over sale of 51 human kidneys

    Posted Mar 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... cqnews.net reports. His case is not related to the Beijing case. Zheng Wei, who charged 10,000 yuan to introduce donors to patients, started organising the Beijing trade in early 2010 by paying ... Zhuang Pinghui pinghui.zhuang@scmp.com Sixteen people have been charged with organising the sale of 51 human kidneys for more than 10 million yuan (HK$12.3 million) in the mainland's ...

  8. Medical workers arrested over organ transplant bid

    Posted Oct 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... on its website. A patient with kidney disease had paid 280,000 yuan (HK$340,300) to them to perform the transplant and just 20,000 yuan was given to Yang, the report said. But, just before ...

  9. Lifestyle - Health

    On the hunt for herbal remedies

    Posted Oct 07th 2013, 12:00am by Jeanette Wang

    ... extraction giant Naturex and US-based supplement makers, Kilham has travelled to more than 30 countries to identify and establish trade in medicinal plants. Invariably, he immerses himself ...

  10. 100,000 yuan charge for ailment fixed for 1 yuan

    Posted Sep 09th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Stephen Chen binglin.chen@scmp.com Shenzhen Children's Hospital denied that it tried to charge 100,000 yuan (HK$122,000) for a disease that turned out to be an apparent minor ailment and was resolved with a dose of paraffin oil costing just under 1 yuan at another hospital, the Guangzhou Daily reported. The Shenzhen hospital had proposed a major operation for an infant with a stomach ...




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