World Summit 2021: Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting – Day 1: Sep 17, 2021 | Transplant Medicine at a Crossroad – An Ethics-based Profession Usurped and Re-purposed for Genocide (Video)

Universal Declaration on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting.
0:11 – Introduction
5:12 – Keynote Address: Torsten Trey MD, PhD, Exec. Dir., Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, USA 
13:26 – First Session: Transplant Medicine at a Crossroad – An ethics-based profession usurped and re-purposed for Genocide
14:33 – For over 2 decades, China has been involved in unethical organ harvesting. Where do the organs come from for thousands of transplants?
Shi-wei Huang, MD, PhD, Dir. of Urology, Taiwan Univ. Hospital, Yunlin branch, Taiwan
28:24 – Analyzing China’s medical laws and the various pathways of organ procurement
Huige Li, MD, PhD, Prof. of Pharmacology, Univ. Medical Center of Mainz, Germany
45:18 – Organ recipients from the West and from across the world. forced organ harvesting is indeed an international affair and not just an internal one.
Kathleen Thimsen, DNP, FNS, Assoc. Prof., Prog. Dir., Dr. of Nursing Practice, UNLV, USA
52:38 – The Need to break systematic silence on the egregious practice of forced organ harvesting committed in China
G. Weldon Gilcrease, MD, Dir. of Oncology, Prof. Univ, of Utah School of Medicine, USA
1:05:26 – The role of national and international medical organizations in addressing any form of medical malpractice. Has there been indirect complicity on behalf of these international governing bodies?
R. Scalettar, MD, DSc, Prof. GWU Medical Center, Former AMA Chair, USA
1:13:23 – The invisible victims of forced organ harvesting – An ethicist’s perspective
David Beyda, PhD, Chair, Dept. of Bioethics/Medical Humanism, Univ. of Arizona, USA
1:21:05 – The vital elements of ethics in medicine as the pillar for clinical care
Declan Lyons, MD, PhD, Prof. of Psychiatry, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
1:34:16 – Closing Remarks
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The World Summit on Combating and Preventing Live Organ Harvesting, jointly organized by five non-governmental organizations from Europe, the United States, and Asia, will be held over two consecutive weekends from Sept. 17-19, and 24-26, 2021.

The event features 35 experts from 19 countries with expertise in six areas of inquiry: medical, legal, political, media, civil society, and policy-making. The topic centers on the far-reaching impact of the Chinese Communist Party’s organ harvesting atrocities on human dignity and all aspects of life, and how to combat and prevent such atrocities.

Forced Organ harvesting of living people poses a great danger to humankind as it violates universal ethical values, moral principles of life, and human dignity, thus turning the medical profession into an abusive practice.


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