(Clearwisdom.net) After the exposure of the Chinese Communist Party's crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, the Falun Dafa Association and the Clearwisdom website established the "International Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China" (CIPFG) on April 4, 2006. The CIPFG calls on all those who are in a position to investigate to provide evidence of this illegal organ harvesting.

Investigation Leads: The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University Finds Matching Organ Within Four Days

Guangzhou Daily published an article on Page A8 on Monday, October 30, 2006 entitled, "Pregnant Woman from Yangxi City Fell into a Hepatic Coma Two Years Ago. Upon Awakening She Found That She Had Given Birth to a Baby and Had Her Liver Transplanted" (Reported and photographed by Reporter Huang Chuhui and Correspondent Xu Pingge)

Patient Li Fengjie was a peasant from Yangxi County, Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province. At the end of June, 2004, she suffered from subacute severe hepatitis and acute liver function failure and was sent to a big hospital in Guangzhou City for treatment. She fell into a severe hepatic coma and lost consciousness. On July 5, 2004, Li Fengjie gave birth to a baby girl but she was on the brink of death. Doctors in the Infection Department of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangdong Province held three consultations. They agreed that an immediate liver transplantation had to be carried out. The family then agreed.

On July 9, 2004, Li Fengjie was transferred to the Third Affiliated Hospital. Professor Chen Guihua, Director of the Third Affiliated Hospital and Director of the Guangdong Provincial Organ Transplant Research Center, was the principle surgeon and did the surgery of the liver transplant. Associate Professor Cai Changjie, from the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University Liver Transplant Center, helped to do the surgery.

Here we’d like to mention that the report didn’t mention the source of the liver. Within just four days a matched organ supplier was found and the liver transplant was done. In a developed country where organ transplant technology is very advanced, a patient would have to wait for months or years to have a matched organ. This and other similar cases point towards a large and readily available organ bank in China that is not being accounted for.

Investigation Leads: Since 2004, the Zhongshan City People’s Hospital Has Completed Over 100 Surgeries of Heart, Liver, and Kidney Transplants.

On October 27, 2006, the Minghui website published an investigation lead entitled, "A Patient from Beijing Had Heart and Liver Transplants in Zhongshan City"


On the website of the Zhongshan City People’s Hospital, there was a report on the incident related to the original article. From the report one can see that since the hospital started to do organ transplants in 2004, it has completed 14 heart transplants, over 40 liver transplants, and over 150 kidney transplants. The CIPFG should trace the suppliers of those organs and find insiders to provide the related information.