India Authorities Investigating Illegal Human Organ Trade Network

New York Times: India Police Probe Trade in Human Organs
“…[Indian] authorities said they uncovered a complex nationwide network that was illegally trading in kidneys. … A 1994 law outlawed organ sales but permitted donations between family members. … The United Nations World Health Organization said that despite the official ban, India’s organ market is ‘still existent and resurging’…” (Bhattacharya, 6/14).

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