Name: Guihua Chen
Country of residence: China
Date of birth: October, 1955
Place or birth: Changfeng County, Anhui Province.
Job Titles: From 1999 to present, he has served as vice president of the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University of Medical Sciences; president and deputy party secretary of the CCP Committee of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University; standing committee member and deputy team leader of the liver transplant team, Transplantation Division, Chinese Medical Association; chairman of the Guangdong Branch of Organ Transplantation Association; director of Organ Transplant Research Center of Guangdong Province; president of Organ Transplant Research Institute of Sun Yat-Sen University.
He was in charge of over 1,000 cases of completed liver transplants. Between April 2001 and July 2006, he performed 843 liver transplants and adopted an improved quick liver extraction method or abdominal organ extraction combined with liver extraction. On February 23, 2006, an official report mentioned, “The president of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University completed 246 liver transplants within a year in 2005.” The article “Inside Story of the Human Organs Business in China” in the Phoenix Weekly questioned, “That means every workday, Chen Guihua was supplied an executed death row inmate, and that inmate must be tissue-matched with Chen’s particular patient on that day. How on earth could there be such a coincidence happening every day?” 
The Institute of Organ Transplantation of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University claimed, “The case number and quality of kidney transplants are growing every year. It is expected that the number of kidney transplants in our hospital will reach 200 cases per year in a few years, ranking at the top in China and Guangdong Province." According to WOIPFG investigator’s recording of the phone investigation to Lu Guoping, a doctor at Guangxi Nationalities Hospital, Dr. Lu Guoping mentioned the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University “does seven or eight cases a week. They can do more than a dozen kidney transplants. They do dozens of cases every month, so they don't worry about organs."
The hospital's Liver Transplantation Center is the main unit of the “Transplantation Institute of Sun Yat-sen University” and the affiliated unit of the “Guangdong Provincial Organ Transplantation Research Center.” "Its Liver transplantation technology represents the first-class level of liver transplantation in China. The total number of liver transplants is at the top domestically. It is one of the fastest-growing and best-developing liver transplant centers in China." The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University also participated in the crime of killing tramps and stealing their organs.
Baike Baidu, Introduction of Chen Guihua
The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University website: Introduction of Chen Guihua
Chinese Journal of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Volume 16, Issue 7, Pages 488-491, 2010 “Analysis of damaging effects on hepatic artery from different liver extraction methods” Authors: Jiang Nan, Zhang Jian, Li Hua， Wang Genshu, Zhang Junfeng, Yi Shuhong, Yang Yang, Lu Minqiang, Chen Guihua
Xu Pingge. (2006, Feb. 23). Guangdong Province Organ Transplantation Research Center – Liver Transplantation Center of the Sun Yat-Sen University. Retrieved from https://web.archive.org/web/20070416192628/http://www.organtransplantat…
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Phoenix Weekly: Inside Story of human organs business in China
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