Name: Ming Cai
Country of residence: China
Date of birth: June 1961
Place of birth: Tiantai County, Zhejiang Province.
Job Titles: Deputy director of All-Military Organ Transplant Center, 309 Military Hospital; director of Urology; MD-PhD; chief physician; PhD supervisor; rewarded State Council Government Special Allowance; director and member of All-Military Organ Transplant Special Committee; deputy director and member of Transplant and Immunology Division, Chinese Society of Immunology.
In 2006, he participated in nearly 1,000 kidney transplants and nearly 100 liver transplants and donor organ harvesting. He and Shi Bingyi rank among the leading physicians in surgical experience in China. By 2009, they had completed more than 1,400 kidney transplants, 200 liver transplants, 20 liver-kidney transplants and other multi-organ transplants, including a first-hand assisted laparoscopic kidney harvest from a live donor in China (see webpage copy).
According to a report in 2017, Cai Ming had completed thousands of organ transplants. He once transplanted organs for 14 patients overnight. From removing organs to working on surgeries, he continued for several days and nights. As a result, he created a record number of surgeries performed within 24 hours (see webpage copy).
(Note: Cai Ming’s wife has been living in the UK for many years.)