To investigate the criminal conduct of all institutions, organizations, and individuals involved in the persecution of Falun Gong; to bring such investigations, no matter how long it takes, no matter how far and deep we have to search, to full closure; to exercise fundamental principles of humanity; and to restore and uphold justice in society.

WOIPFG Investigative Report on Suspected Live Organ Harvesting by Third Medical Center of PLA General Hospital  (Formerly Known as General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces) and Persons Involved

December 11, 2020

Address: No. 69 Yongding Road, Haidian District, Beijing

Telephone:  010-57976114 (switchboard), 010-57976688 (switchboard)

http://www.bj-doctor.cn/yiyuan/10988.html

 

The evidence from years of investigation by the WOIPFG indicates that the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces has long been harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners. Moreover, organ transplant research was suddenly launched after 1999, and organ transplantation has developed rapidly since, which is highly synchronized with the advent and course of the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong. The waiting times are extremely short, the source of organ donors is conveniently sufficient, and there are multiple expert transplant teams, etc. It is one of the units with huge numbers of transplants in the entire nation and PLA. It is one of the most serious criminal units suspected of engaging in live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.

The General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces is a large-scale comprehensive tertiary Class A hospital that integrates medical treatment, health care, teaching, scientific research, and rescue. The hospital has 54 departments and 1,380 beds. There are 13 doctoral tutors, 100 master’s tutors, a national level “postdoctoral research workstation,” a university medical teaching and doctor training base. [1].
 

I. The General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces has never stopped

harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners

 

1. Organs likely obtained from a “bank of organs from living persons” where Falun Gong

practitioners are detained

 

Subject: Wang Jianli, transplant surgeon at the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces

Date of investigation: After 2006

Excerpts:

Investigator: Have you heard about Sujiatun recently? Will you go there to get it [the organ]? Will you go to Shenyang?

Doctor Wang Jianli: We have them all over the country.

Investigator: Some parts of the country are so far away, so will it still be very fresh after your flights, if you go that far?

Doctor Wang Jianli: Hey, we go by air. From Yunnan and Xinjiang, it takes only about 3 hours to Beijing! Flying from Changchun and Shenyang to Beijing takes only an hour. Would that be too late?

Investigator: So what you meant was, you can drive straight to the execution ground or prison, right? And then fly right back?

Doctor Wang Jianli: It’s not like that. We got on an airplane after we had the organ; it was within a very short period of time. And in four or five hours we were back in Beijing.

(Recording 1. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 1)

 

2. The same Wang Jianli, more than 10 years later, admitted that Falun Gong donors were still being used. [2].

 

Subject(s): Wang Jianli, doctor at deputy director level with the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces in Beijing

Date: November 2, 2018   (13911723417):
Excerpts:

Doctor Wang Jianli: Not sure when that can be ready, but we have a lot of organs here! A surgery can be arranged within one or two weeks.

Investigator: Are the organs you are using now the healthy organs from Falun Gong practitioners, normal donors, right?

Doctor Wang Jianli: Right, right, right. (A liver transplant) can be done with 200,000 or 300,000 (yuan).”
 

Personal profile: Physician at deputy director level of the Organ Transplant Institute, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces. He is currently the leader of the Liver Transplant and Kidney Transplant Team at the Liver Transplant Institute of the Armed Police General Hospital.[3]. [4].

(Recording 1. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 1)

(Live recording I of WOIPFG investigation of CCP’s live organ harvesting)

 

3. Admitting in Acquiescence of Using Falun Gong Practitioner Organs

Subject(s): Chen Xinguo, Director of Liver Transplant Program, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces[5]

Date of investigation: October 19, 2018   (+13701220662)
Excerpts:

Investigator: The end of the month should be fine, right? That’s about more than a week’s time.  We don’t want organs from those who’ve been tortured or who’ve gone on hunger strike. It is better to have those from people in their normal state. Those who do the practice (of Falun Gong) would be even better.

 Chen Xinguo: Don’t worry, we have done so many, I will check it for you!

Personal profile: Director of Surgery Department at the Institute of Organ Transplantation.  Permanent member of the Committee of Organ Transplant Profession at China Research Hospital Society[6] 

(Recording 22. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 22)

 

II. Organ transplant research suddenly spiked after 1999, and organ transplantation developed rapidly

 

In 2001, the Liver Transplant Center of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces was established[7], which is the largest liver transplant center in Beijing. In April 2002, with the approval of the Armed Police Headquarters Logistics Department, the Liver Transplant Institute of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces was established in association with the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces in Beijing and the Tianjin Oriental Organ Transplant Center, with Shen Zhongyang as the director[8].

Within a short period of just over two years since the establishment of the Liver Transplant Center in May 2003, it became the leader in terms of the number of annual surgeries and the oldest and the youngest patients in the army and the country[9].

On April 6, 2005, the Liver Transplant Center performed five liver transplants simultaneously[10].

In 2005, the hospital formally established a special team for kidney transplantation to carry out kidney transplant operations, and the original liver transplant research institute was expanded into an organ transplant research institute[11]. After the Sujiatun scandal was exposed, the WOIPFG conducted a telephone investigation into the Institute of Organ Transplantation. Doctor Wang Jianli said, “The number (of kidney transplants) is very large! Of the last 1,000 transplants, there were more than 500 kidney transplants. Which country in the world can do that now? Regarding the process, it [the institute] has even established a step-by-step procedure for it!” (Audio/document)

The General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces received funds from the China Medical Board (CMB) of the United States to establish the “China Liver Transplant Training Center,” which has trained 55 doctoral and master students and 385 trainees, and sent out more than 1,000 people nationwide and overseas for liver transplantation observation and expertise sharing. The Hospital Research Institute has established the country’s largest post-transplant follow-up center and started a medical file system for liver and kidney transplant patients[12].

News released in August 2005 suggests that, since 2003, Niu Yujian has been engaged in organ transplantation[13]. He has conducted more than 30,000 liver, kidney, combined liver and kidney, combined pancreas-kidney and lung transplants each year[14].

 

Figure 1.  Snapshot of China Organ Transplantation Web page

According to “Baidu Baike,”, the frequency of surgical follow-up: Patients are followed up once a month in the first half of year after transplantation. During the three to six months after surgery, patients need to take large doses of immunosuppressant and hormones. During that time, they often have weak immunity and are prone to infections. On the other hand, during this period, the patient’s body has the strongest immune response to the liver transplanted into the body, and acute rejection is likely to occur. The three to six months after surgery is a critical period that affects the long-term survival of the transplanted liver and the patient’s quality of life. Six months after transplantation, follow-ups are conducted every two months. In the second year after transplantation, follow-up is performed every three months; in the third year after transplantation, follow-up is one to two times a year. As of August 2005, the hospital had quite a large number of annual follow-ups. It can be assumed that the hospital has a huge number of liver transplants[15].

Due to its outstanding transplant performance, in 2006, the Organ Transplant Institute of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces passed as one of the first batch of liver transplant and kidney transplant accessible units of the Ministry of Health. In 2007, it was designated by the Beijing Municipal Medical Insurance Bureau as part of the first batch of “Beijing Medical Insurance Designated Units for Anti-Rejection Treatment of Liver Transplantation.” [16] Moreover, the Institute is carrying out seven scientific research projects of the National Natural Science Development Fund Project, the Armed Police Headquarters Project, and the General Hospital internal project. The scientific research projects related to organ transplantation won the second prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, and the first prize of the Armed Police Forces Science and Technology Progress Award. At the same time, the institute has undertaken a number of major scientific and technological projects of the National Eleventh Five-Year Plan and the 863 Project[17].

During the period, Xu Caihou (now dead), then Vice Chairman of the Military Commission, Guo Boxiong (who is serving a life sentence in Qincheng Prison) and others went to the Organ Transplant Institute of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces in recognition of the medical staff[18]. As we all know, the “national organ” bank, which is primarily comprised of Falun Gong practitioners, is all controlled by the military. The Institute of Organ Transplantation of the Armed Police General Hospital has been recognized by the highest level of the Chinese Communist military, indicating that it is the beneficiary of  the preferential policies for the use of “national organs.”

 

III. Multiple expert transplantation teams: volume of transplants leads in Beijing

 

Among the 2,098 medical personnel suspected of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners, as announce by the WOIPFG in 2014, 40 were liver transplant doctors from the Organ Transplant Institute of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces, including 5 doctors at director level, 11doctors at deputy director level, and 4 attending physicians. Among the 17 kidney transplant doctors, 5 are doctors at director level, 6 at deputy director level, and 2 attending physicians. They can form more than 10 liver and kidney transplant teams. We can verify from the official website and papers that they did conduct “live organ harvesting.” [19]

Public data shows:

Zang Yunjin had been doing liver transplants under the guidance of Shen Zhongyang at the Tianjin Oriental Organ Transplant Center before he was transferred in 2005 to the Institute of Liver Transplantation of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces and was appointed as the deputy director in April the same year. Since coming to the hospital up until June 2014, he had completed more than 1,570 liver transplants and 22 combined liver and kidney transplants, for up to 160 cases per year[20].

Chen Xinguo studied liver transplantation under Shen Zhongyang. When Chen was deputy director of transplant surgery, he participated in more than 800 liver transplants in 6 years. Because he is proficient in liver donor harvesting and transplantation techniques, he independently completed more than 300 donor harvests and more than 300 liver transplant operations[21].

In January 2015, “Tonight Media Group” stated, “Under the guidance of Shen Zhongyang, the former young doctors independently completed nearly a thousand liver transplant operations.” [22]

On September 6, 2018, Director Wang Zhaohui of the Organ Donation Preparation Office at Beijing Red Cross said to the investigator, “The General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces has done a lot such surgeries. The armed police hospital did the most in Beijing. That hospital is one belonging to the army. The armed police hospital, like the military ones, does the most. ”[23] .

(Recording115. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: )pdf 115)

 

Examples of investigation recordings:

Subject(s): A doctor on duty at the Kidney Transplant Office of theGeneral Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces

Date of investigation: March 29, 2017   (+86-1057976857)

Excerpts:

Doctor: Kidney transplantation division has two teams. One team can do more than 200 cases a year, and two teams  can do more than 500 cases in total. More have done this year than last year. The liver transplantation team has several directors in charge, and they have done even more cases[24] .

(Recording126. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 126)

 

Subject(s): A nurse of the Liver Transplant Impatient Service (8th floor), General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces[25].

Date of investigation: February 8, 2018   (+86-1057976180)

 Excerpts:

Nurse: There are many liver transplant surgeries. This (liver transplant) operation is being done every day.

(Recording125. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 125)
 

Subject(s): Wang Zhaohui, Director of the Organ Donation Preparation Office at Beijing Red Cross

Date of investigation: September 6, 2018,    (+18910670191)

Excerpts:

When Wang Zhaohui recommended to the investigator that his patient relative should go to the General Hospital of the Armed Police in Beijing for organ transplantation, the investigator asked if the armed police hospital has better organ sources. In reply Wang Zhaohui said, “It’s not that they have better sources. As a military hospital, the Armed Police Hospital does the most in Beijing. The armed police hospital is one belonging to the military, so the armed police hospital, like the military ones, does the most.”    

(Recording115. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf115)

 

IV. The wait time is super short

The waiting time for surgery can be as short as a few days, or as long as several months, and usually it’s several weeks.

Examples from telephone investigation:

Subject(s):  A doctor of Liver Transplant Office, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces[26]

Date of investigation:  June 14, 2016 (+86-1057976858)

Excerpts:

Doctor: We do (liver transplants) every month. Our (surgery) team alone did 6 transplants last month. We have 4 or 5 group teams. Recently, as long as you want to stay..., in fast cases, “it may be done immediately.” “In general, if it is a slow case, it will only take a little more than a month.”[27]

(Recording128. Download: MP3 ; Transcript Download:  pdf128)
 

Subject(s): A doctor of the Liver Transplant Office, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [28]

Date of investigation: March 20, 2018   (+86-1057976858)

Excerpts:

Doctor: At present, there are many liver donors and we have done many surgeries too. The waiting time is two weeks, or at most a month.

(Recording127. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 127)

 

Subject(s): A doctor of the Liver Transplant Office, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [29]

Date of investigation: March 8, 2019   (+86-1057976858)

Excerpts:

Doctor: The waiting time won’t be too long, one or two months will do.”

(Recording015. Download: MP3; Transcript Download:   pdf015)

 

Subject(s): A nurse of the Liver Transplant Impatient Service, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [30]

Date of investigation: July 10, 2019   (+86-1057976160)

Excerpts:

Nurse: The quick one took about 2 weeks, some took a month. When there were matching organs,the surgeries could be  done immediately.

(Recording 069. Download:  MP3; Transcript Download: pdf069)

V. The Institute of Organ Transplantation said that the source of donors is sufficient

 

On October 18, 2005, the official website of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces reported, “the Organ Transplant Institute of the Armed Police General Hospital has now formally established an expert team to carry out kidney transplant operations. The establishment of an expert team means strong staff and sufficient donor sources, and it is under the direct guidance of Prof. Shen Zhongyang. Operations are done by experts who have performed thousands of transplants. Welcome to come for consultation. At the same time, online consultation before kidney transplantation is available.” [31]

 

Figure 2. Web page snapshot of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Force

 

Examples from telephone investigation:

Subject(s): Gong Li,liver transplant surgeon at Beijing General Hospital of Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [32]

Date of investigation: October 11, 2015 (+86-13366061906)

Excerpts:

Doctor Gong Li: For liver transplants now, two weeks are all that are needed, at the slowest.  Over 300 cases were done this year; many were done last year, there are many patients and there are many liver donors too. [33]

(Recording129. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 129)

Subject(s): A doctor of the Liver Transplant Office,  General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [34]

Date of investion: March 20, 2018   (+ 86-1057976858)

Excerpts:

Doctor: At present, there are many liver donors and we have done many surgeries too. The waiting time is two weeks,or a month at most.”

(Recording 127 Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 127)

Subject(s): Wang Jianli, doctor at deputy director level with  the Institute of Organ Transplantation,  General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces[35]

Date of investigation: November 2, 2018   (+86-13911723417)

Excerpts:

Doctor Wang Jianli: It’s not certain as to when it can be done,  but we have a lot of organs here! The operation can be scheduled in one to two weeks.”[36]

(Recording 1 Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 1)

 

Subject(s): A doctor of the Liver Transplant Office, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces [37]

Date of investigation: March 8, 2019   (+86-1057976858)

Excerpts:

Doctor: Our hospital has done many liver transplants.  In Beijing, ours is one of those that have done quite a lot.”

(Recording 015  Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf015

 

VI. Transplant doctors of the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces transferred to civilian hospitals for transplantation work

 

Subject(s): Zang Yunjin, Director of Liver Transplant Center, The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University  [38]

Date of investigation:  June 28, 2019   (+86-18661800166)

Excerpts:

Investigator:  So how do I get to meet with you?

Doctor Zang Yunjin:  You can find me on Monday in Qingdao.

Investigator: Qingdao!  Which hospital in  Qingdao?

Doctor Zang Yunjin: The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University.

Investigator:  My classmate told me that you are usually at Beijing General Hospital of the

Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces, right?  Is that right that you are usually at Beijing 

General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces?

Doctor Zang Yunjin: The General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces no long does it.  I have left the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces.

Investigator: I see.  You are no longer at the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces.  You pretty much are inQingdao, right?

Doctor Zang Yunjin:  Right, right, right.

(2019-06-29 Recording/ text)

 

Zang Yunjin left Beijing General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces for the Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University in 2014 to help set up the Organ Transplant Center at Qingdao University. He’s now Deputy Dean of Qingdao University Medical Group, Director of Surgery at the Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, Director of Organ Transplant Center, and Director of Transplant Research Institute.
 

Subject(s):  Liu Yu, doctor at deputy director level with Liver Transplant Program, Beijing Chaoyang Hospital [39]

Date of investigation:  July 16, 2020   (+86-13911062788)

Excerpts:

Investigator:  Are you Dr. Liu from the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces?

Doctor Yu Liu:  I have left the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police

Forces ……. you should come to the hospital as soon as possible, can you do it tomorrow

morning?.....See me in Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, it’s around the East Bridge at the Chaoyang

District.  We are not shutdown during the pandemic; we have been doing it all along, just

yesterday, actually we did four cases in the last three days.

Investigator: Can it be done within one month, if everything goes well?

Doctor Yu Liu:  It should. I think it should.

Liu Yu, transferred to the Institute of Liver Transplantation at the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces in 2003, studied under Shen Zhongyang. He was the leader of the medical team in 2004, appointed as the assistant to the director of the institute in August 2005, and created Rainbow Club in August of the same year. In 2008 Liu went to study in The University of Hong Kong Queen Mary Hospital, returned to the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces in 2009, and became Deputy Director at the Institute of Liver Transplantation. He was the Youth Member of the Society of Organ Transplantation of PLA. 

Liu Yu is currently the doctor at deputy level of Hepatobiliary Surgery at Beijing Chaoyang Hospital. He’s also an editor for Practical Journal of Organ Transplantation, an electronic magazine; member of the liver transplant branch of China International Society for Medical Healthcare; and member of Transplant Pathology Committee of Organ Transplant Branch, Chinese Medical Doctor Association[40].

(Recording 098 Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf098)

 

VII. List of People Involved (32)

 

BJWZ001. Shen Zhongyang, male, DOB: November 1962. Place of birth: ShenYang City, Liaoning Province.

Personal Profile: Director of the Institute of Organ Transplantation, the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces; Dean of TianJing First Central Hospital, Director of Dongfang Organ Transplant Center; doctor at director level; and professor[41].

In 2001, he started creating the Institute of Organ Transplantation and Liver Transplant Center at Armed Police Beijing Headquarters Hospital,   and later the Institute of Liver Transplantation at Armed Police Jinan Headwaters Hospital and the Liver Transplant Center at Shangdong Qianfoshan Hospital.

Under the guise of teaching and providing clinical guidance, Shen Zhongyang often went to 66 military and civilian hospitals in 22 Chinese districts to promote and initiate organ transplant businesses, trained large number of transplant doctors,  and helped to (digest) the stockpiles of organs from living donors everywhere.

He completed nearly 10 thousand cases of organ transplants by the end of 2014[42]. Shen is the chief specialist of the Organ Transplant Essential Technique Group in biological medical technology field under the National 863 Plan, chief specialist in organ transplant of the Healthcare Team of the Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party, and a recipient of special allowance granted by the  State Council. He’s also a professor and doctoraltutor with Nankai University and Tianjing Medical University.

Shen Zhongyang has been engaged in clinical and research work in liver transplantation for 30 years. In 1994 he completed China’s first long survival liver transplant surgery, setting a liver transplant survival record of 10 years. In 1998 he founded China’s first professional transplant team at the  First Central Hospital in the City of Tianjin and developed it into the largest organ transplant center in Asia – Dongfang Organ Transplant Center, which was the first mainland China’s organ transplant center included by CLINICAL TRANSPLANTS and, in 2006,  was named  “China Liver Transplant Center” by China Medical  .  It has maintained its lead in the number of liver transplant surgeries since 1998[43]. In the meantime, he served as the director of the largest organ transplant center he founded in the military and in Beijing at Beijing General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces.                

 

BJWZ002. Zang Yunjin, Male, DOB: October 29, 1964.

Personal Profile: he is currently Vice President of Qingdao University Medical Group, Director of Surgery, The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, Director of Organ Transplant Center, Director,Doctor at director level  and professor at the Institute of Transplant Medicine[44].

He joined the Institute of Liver Transplantation of General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces in Jan. 2005[45]. In April he was hired on as Deputy Director of the institute,doctor at director level and professor. According to the report in 2009 by Tianjing Medical Journal, he has been the attending surgeon for 1570 liver transplants, 22 combined liver and kidney transplants, and over 110 live right-side liver transplants since he joined the hospital[46].

After returning from studying abroad in Sept. 2001 he joined the Organ Transplant Program of the First Central Hospital in the City of Tianjin and Dongfang Organ Transplant Center, and provided guidance to multiple hospitals in the provinces of Hebei, Henan, and Shangdong in over 100 liver transplant surgeries. The positions he holds concurrently include:  Director of Liver Transplant Program at Shandong Provincial Qianfoshan Hospital of the School of Clinical Medicine of  Shangdong University; Director of Shangdong branch of Dongfang Organ Transplant Center; doctor at director level of Dongfang Organ Transplant Center at the First Central Hospital in the City of Tianjin; doctor member off International Liver Transplant Society (ILTS); standing member of  the Special Committee of Military Organ Transplantation under the Chinese Medical Association (CMA);  member at deputy director level of the Special Committee of   Organ Transplantation in Shandong Province ;  Expert council for the Committee of Medical Experts of ShangDong Science and Technology Press; and  editor for Shangdong Medical Journal.

 Training experience abroad:  September 1999 through December 2000, he was a visiting scholar to Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute of US Pittsburg University Medical Center (UPMC), studying liver transplant techniques with Professor John J. Fung, Chairman of the International Liver Transplant Association.  He was admitted into International Liver Transplantation Society as a doctor member in June 2000.

He joined The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University  in 2014, established Organ Transplant Center and was its director. He led in the number of liver transplant surgeries among major centers for organ transplantation in China for the same period. For two consecutive years, his numbers ranked first in Shandong and top ten nationwide[47].                                    

 

BJWZ003. Chen Xinguo, Male, DOB: 1964.   

Personal Profile: He is Deputy Director,Doctor at director level of Transplant Surgery, Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces. He has a Master’s degree in medicine and is tutor for Master’s degree students. He is also the standing member for the Special Committee of Organ Transplantation of Beijing Medical Association, member of the Committee of Organ Transplant Experts under Beijing Medical Doctor Association, and standing member of the Committee of Organ Transplant Experts under the Society for Chinese Research Hospitals.
Since college graduation in 1987 he’d been working in general surgery. In February 2002 he started working under organ transplant expert Professor Shen Zhongyang, specializing in clinical work in liver transplantation.
Within 13 years, he was involved in nearly 2000 liver transplant surgeries and completed over 600 cases on his own. He also assisted more than 10 medical agencies with liver transplant surgeries in and outside Beijing[48].  He independently completed more than 300 donor organ cutting and more than 300 liver transplants[49].

 

BJWZ004. Wang Jianli, Male, DOB: 1967.    

Personal Profile: Wang, doctor at deputy director level, PhD.  in medicine and a post-doctoral student, is the head of liver transplant and kidney transplant team at the Institute of Liver Transplantation.   After graduating from Weifang Medical College, he worked in general surgery, liver and gallbladder transplants. In 2004 he joined General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces to do clinical work in liver transplants with Professor Shen Zhongyang as his tutor.

Training experience abroad:  April 2012 through April 2013, he was a visiting scholar to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Cleveland Clinics Hospital, studying liver, kidney, pancreatic, small intestine transplant techniques, especially good at live kidney transplant.  He participated in over 400 liver transplants, over 300 kidney transplants, among them 40 live liver transplants. He was responsible for the early formation stage of the kidney transplant program at the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces[50].

 

BJWZ005. Liu Hang, male.

Personal Profile: Doctor at deputy director level with the Institute of Organ Transplantation

He graduated from Tianjin Medical University in July 1989 and has since been at Urology Surgery for 12 years.

Training experience abroad:   He studied in Dehi College of New York University and Columbia University 1996.

In October 2005, he transferred from Dongfang Organ Transplant Center to the Institute of Organ Transplantation of the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces, being responsible for the Kidney Transplant Program’s formation. Up until July 2010, the number of kidney transplant surgeries had been among the top in the areas of Beijing and Tianjin. He performed combined kidney-pancreas transplant and combined liver-kidney transplant, etc.[51].           

He transferred to Transplant Surgery in December 2001, focusing on kidney transplants, completing about 450 kidney transplants, among which about 250 cases as attending surgeon, and he participated in over 20 combined liver-kidney transplants. Since 2005, he had completed 18 cases of living donor kidney transplants and more than 400 cases of liver and kidney extractions[52].                 

 

BJWZ006. Wang Zifa, male, DOB: March 18, 1963
Personal Profile: Doctor at director level.

He graduated from Xinxiang MedicalCollege in 1982 and stayed on to become resident physicain in Surgery at the First Affiliated Hospital of Xinxiang Medical College.  In 1987 he enrolled in Xian Jiaotong University (formally Xian Medical University) and graduated with Master’s degree in 1990.  He was promoted to the position of doctor at deputy director level in 1995. He got his Ph.D in hepatological surgery in 1998. In July 2004 he returned from overseas to join Dongfang Organ Transplant Center of the First Central Hospital in the City of Tianjin and got promoted to the position of doctor at director level in November the same year. In September 2006 he was transferred to the Institute of Liver Transplantation of General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces in Beijing, primarily doing clinical work in liver transplant. He went back to the United States in 2008 and passed United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and obtained certificate for foreign doctors granted by Education Commission For Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) [53].

               

BJWZ007. Xu Guangxun, male.

Personal Profile: PhD in medicine and doctor at deputy director level, he’s been engaged in   hepatological surgery and the clinical and research work in liver transplantation for over 20 years.

Education Experience:

2007.09-2008.09: Studied in Asan Medical Center, Ulsan University, South Korea

2003.01-2003.04: Studied in Liver Transplant Center, West China Hospital, Sichuan University

2002.03-2002.06: Studied in Liver Transplant Center, Zhongshan Hospital Affiliated to Fudan University, Shanghai

1997.09-2000.07: Studied for Doctor’s degree in Hepatological Surgery at The First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University

1992.09-1995.07: Studied for Master’s degree at Medical University.

1985.09-1990.07: Studied for Bachler’s degree at Norman Bethune University of Medical Science

Work Experience:

2005.07 –present: Institute of Liver Transplantation, the Third Medical Center, the 301 Hospital, Beijing

2001.06-2005.06: Director of Sino-US Liver Transplant Collaboration Center / Liver Transplant Center of Beijing Youan Hospital

2000.09-2001.06: Deputy Director of Hepatological Surgery Program, Beijing Youan Hospital

1995.07-2000.08: Attending Physician of General Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of WeiFang Medical College, Shangdong

1992.09-1995.06: Resident Physician of General Surgery. The Second Affiliated Hospital of Norman Bethune University of Medical Science

He participated in and completed over 100 liver transplant surgeries every year[54].

 

 

BJWZ008. Li Wei, male, DOB: November 1968.

Personal Profile:  Doctor at deputy director level at the Institute of Organ Transplantation.

He graduated from Shangdong Medical University with PhD in medicine in 1999. Between 2000 and 2002 he worked as a postdoc at the Capital Medical University post rotating station and obtained post-doctoral certificate (Certificate No.: 9208).  He studied under renowned surgical experts Professor Chen Yuli and Professor Liu Renji during graduate studies.  He joined the Institute of Liver Transplantation, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces after completing postdoc studies in September 2002.

Overseas Training Experience: In 2003 and 2006 he went to Japan and Hong Kong respectively to study liver transplant surgery using organs from living donors.  June 2010 through June 2011 he went to the Transplant Center  of Chicago University in the US for research and training and, under the guidance of internationally renowned liver transplant expert Professor Millis, studied liver transplantation with organs from family members and combined implantation of multi-organs. .

After finishing his postdoc work in September 2002, he started working at the Institute of Liver Transplantation, General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces and,  under the guidance of Professor Shen Zhongyang, engaged in clinical work in liver transplantation, involved  in over a thousand liver transplants, capable of completing the whole process of liver transplant, including the extraction, trimming, diseased liver elimination, blood vessel and biliary tract reconstruction and liver transplant patients’ post-surgery recovery. He has now independently completed nearly 100 liver transplants. He was involved in all the over 100 liver transplant surgeries using organs from family members in the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces. He was mainly responsible for donor organ modification, artery and biliary track reconstruction, and post-surgery visits.  He was also responsible for online inquiries on liver transplant website for General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces. After returning from abroad in 2011 he began to work under the guidance of Professor Shen Zhongyang cooperated with the Huaxia Organ Transplantation Aid Foundation and Angel Mom Charity Foundation, responsible primarily for children’s liver transplants using organs from family members. He is the only doctor in Beijing who has certificates for both organ transplantation (No. : 0378249) and pediatric surgery (No.: 1020B044606) [55].

 

BJWZ009. Niu Yujian, male.
Personal Profile: Doctor at director level, tutor for Master’s degree students, and head of the Center for Transplant Follow-up Visits.

He completed his postdoc research work under the guidance of organ transplant expert Professor Shen Zhongyang. After working at Hepatological Surgery Program for over 10 years, he started specializing in organ transplantation from 2003, and formed the Center for Transplant Followup Visit  at  General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force in 2006, for which he was put in charge. He has been working in liver and kidney transplants for nearly 20 years. He treats over 30,000 liver and kidney transplant patients every year[56].

 

BJWZ010. Wu Fengdong, male, DOB: 1969.

Personal Profile:  Doctor at director level: head of the treatment group of Liver Transplant and Hepatological Surgery Program in the Institute of

Liver Transplantation at General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force.

Upon graduation from Hebei Medical University in 1992, he worked in the fields of  Hepatological Surgery and  Vascular Surgery.  He is skillful in diagnosis and surgical treatment of liver, gallbladder, intestine, pancreas, and blood vessel diseases. In 2003 he started  doing clinical work in liver transplantation under the guidance of Professor Shen Zhongyang at the General Hospital of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force.

By the end of 2010 he had managed over 600 cases of liver transplant patients, participated in over 500 liver transplant surgeries, among them over 40 were cases using organs from family members[57].

 

BJWZ011. Chen Hong, female

Personal profile:  Doctor at director level

She graduated from the Department of Medicine, Guiyang Medical College in 1983, and got her PhD in medicine at West China University of Medical Sciences in 2002.

She’s now primarily engaged in postoperative management, follow-up treatment and health education for patients after liver transplant operation[58].

 

BJWZ012. Zhu Xiaodan, male

Personal profile:  Doctor at deputy director level

In 2000 he was studying vascular surgery techniques with vascular surgery specialist, Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences Wang Zhonggao. In 2002 he was studying  liver transplant techniques with Professor Shen Zhongyang. In 2002 he participated in the preparatory work for the establishment of the Center for Liver Transplantation as one of the first members from the Liver Transplant Program in General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces.  In 2004 he started working toward his Master of Surgery degree at  Capital Medical University and he now has had that degree.   He treated near 1,000 liver transplant patients from Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Pakistan and Taiwan. He participated in over 400 cases of clinical management and surgeries of liver transplantation[59].

Member of the Special Committee of Transplant Immunity,  Organ Transplant Surgeons Branch of  Chinese Medical Doctor Association (CMDA); member of  Perioperative Management Committee of Organ TransplantSurgeons Branch of Chinese Medical Doctor Association (CMDA);  member of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Committee  of Cancer Rehabilitation Society of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association (CACA);   member of  Organ Transplant Branch of Qingdao Medical Society; Editor for  Journal of Organ Transplantation (electronic verion); Editor of China Journal of Tissue Engineering and Clinical Rehabilitation; medical malpractice assesment expert of Beijing Haidian Medical Society.

 

 

BJWZ013. Liu Yu, male, DOB: November, 1970. Place of Birth: Changchun City, Jilin Province

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level; Youth member of the Special Committee for Organ Transplantation in the military; Assistant to Director of the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces.

He graduated from the Medical College of Jilin University (previously known as Norman Bethune University of Medical Science) in 1993; he had ten years’ experience in general surgery. He started getting involved in liver transplantation in 2002 and was transferred to the Institute of Liver Transplantation in 2003, working under the guidance of Professor Shen Zhongyang. He became head of a medical team in 2004 and started performing liver transplant surgeries independently in January 2005. He was appointed as Assistant to Director in August 2005 and founded Rainbow Club for liver transplant recipients in November the same year.

Overseas training experience: He was sent to Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong in 2008 for further study and came back to the Institute of Organ Transplantation in 2009.

He’s performed over 160 liver transplant surgeries independently and assisted the completion of over 600 such surgeries since he started in the field[60].

 

BJWZ014. Wang Yi, male, DOB: 1964.

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level

He enrolled at the Department of Medicine, Henan University of  Medical Science in 1981.  Upon graduation in 1986, he starting working at General Surgery at 150 Central Hospital of People's Liberation Army, and started working at  Hepatobiliary Surgery in 1994. In 1998 he studied hepatobiliary surgery techniques with Wu Mengchao, a Hepatobiliary  Surgery specialist and academician at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.In 2005 he was transferred to the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces .   He graduated from Xi’an University of Medical Science in 1993 and got his  PhD in Medicine at the Fourth Military Medical University in 2006.

He was involved in multiple surgeries in liver transplantation, liver transplantation using organs from family members, liver transplantation using organs from two family members, liver transplantation for women in  mid-term pregnancy,  and liver transplantation for children using organs from family members, etc[61].

               

BJWZ015. Yue Yang, male, DOB: 1997, Place of Birth: Tianjin City

Personal profile: Attending Doctor at the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces.

He graduated from  Luzhou Medical School in July 2004 and got his Master’s degree in vascular surgery,   He started working  at the Institute of Organ Transplantation, General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces in December 2003, engaged in clinical liver transplantation He  treated and managed over 80 liver transplant patients[62].

 

 

BJWZ016. Zou Weilong, male, DOB: 1969

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level at General Surgery and Hepatological Surgery

Upon graduation from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology with a PhD, in 2005, he’d been engaged in general surgery and hepatological surgery. Starting from 2004 he studied with Professor Shen Zhongyang and focused on clinical work and theoretical research on liver transplant and kidney transplant at the Institute of Organ Transplantation of the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces.

He supervised 1000 cases of liver transplant patients over 20 cases of  kidney transplant patients[63]. He was involved in over 500 cases of  donor liver extractions, donor liver trimmings and liver transplant surgeries[64].  

 

BJWZ017. Guan Zhaojie, male, DOB: 1975

Personal profile:Attending Doctor, PhD

He graduated  from  the seven-year program of clinical medicine of Harbin Medical University with a Master’s degree in 2000 and got his PhD from the Medical College of Shantou University in 2003. He’s been working at the Organ Transplant Program of General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces since graduation, during which time he worked for a half year at the care unit of the transplantation section. He was involved  in over 100 cases of liver transplant surgeries, postoperative patients care and management[65].

 

BJWZ018 Zhu Xiongwei, male, DOB: October 1972

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level, PhD in clinical surgery

Upon graduation from the Second Military Medical University with a PhD in medicine in 2004, he had worked in general surgery, hepatological and pancreatic surgery, and transplantation.

He was involved in  700 cases of liver transplantation  and over 50 cases of kidney transplant surgeries and management.  He was engaged  in basic research on new organ preservation solutions[66].

 

BJWZ019. Wei Zhongyu, male, DOB: 1957

Personal profile: Doctor at director level, Master’s degree in  medicine, ICU Specialist for  liver transplantation, Tutor for Master’s degree students, Director of Intensive Care at the complex, Deputy Director  of the Institute of Liver Transplantation responsible for transplant ICU, and  job allowance recipient for outstanding professional and technical talents in the military

He graduated from Henan Medical School with a Bachelor’s degree in medicine in 1982,   and got his Master’s degree in medicine from the Medical Center of Xi’an Jiaotong University ( formerly Xi’an Medical School) ,in 1991. Starting from 2002 he had worked in transplant ICU for over 12 years;

He monitored the whole processes of over 2000 cases of liver transplant and over 1000 cases of kidney transplant.

He completed the postoperative care for over 600 liver transplant patients[67].

 

BJWZ020. Zhang Qing, female

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level,tutor for Master’s degree students, and PhD in medicine.

She graduated from Xi’an Medical School in 1993 and got his PhD in medicine from the Fourth Military Medical University in 2006.

She has15 years of experience in clinical work in Internal Medicine; she also engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of liver diseases and various post liver transplant complications[68].

 

BJWZ021. Wang Xu, male

Personal profile: Physician of Transplant Internal Medicine at the Institute of Organ Transplantation

He graduated from Jinan University with a Bachelor of Clinical Medicine,in 2006; he graduated from  Guiyang Medical College with a Master of Infection Science in 2010;

He’s been engaged in clinical work in Transplant Internal Medicine after graduation and managed 350 to 400 patients per year on average[69].

 

BJWZ022. Shi Yi, male

Personal profile:Attending Doctor with Organ Transplant Program[70].

Overseas Training Experience: PhD of Medicine from Osaka University, Japan; his doctoral tutors were famous professors Akihiko Okuyama and Shiro Takahara.

 

BJWZ023. Yang Yang, male

Personal profile:Attending Doctor with  Hepatological and Pancreatic Surgery/ Organ Transplant Program

He started to work at the General Hospital of Chinese People's Armed Police Forces after graduation from Tianjin Medical University in 2000.  And in 2005 he finished a postgraduate study at the Medical College of Chinese People's Armed Police Force.  He’s been involved in the completion of 103 cases of kidney transplant surgeries since November 2005[71]

 

BJWZ024. Ren Xiuyun, female, DOB: 1967

Personal profile: Technician at deputy director level with Transplantation Ultrasound Program of the Center for Liver Transplantation

She graduated from the First Military Medical University with a Bachelor’s degree; she specialized in transplantation ultrasound after the establishment of the Center of Liver Transplantation of the General Hospital of Armed Police, responsible for ultrasound diagnosis for all liver transplant patients in the center.

She’s done postoperative monitoring of over 500 liver transplant patients[72].

 

BJWZ025. Dong Lan, female, DOB: 1975

Personal profile: Doctor at deputy director level and PhD with, Hepatological and Pancreatic Surgery/Organ Transplant Program

She graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Harbin Medical University with a Master of Clinical Medicine in 2000. She engaged in anesthesia after graduation. In 2005 she was a student at Capital Medical University and got her Ph.D there. 

Overseas Training Experience: She was sent to Karolinska Institute, Sweden in 2010 for further study.

She’s been engaged in the anesthesia for over 100 cases of liver transplant operations since liver transplant program was developed in the General Hospital[73].

 

BJWZ026. Yu Peng, male, DOB: 1972

Personal profile: Doctor at director level with Hepatological and Pancreatic Surgery/Organ Transplant Program

He graduated from the Department of Medical Therapy, China Medical University in 1995, engaged in anesthesia for ten years, and participated in the anesthesia for over 100 cases of liver transplant operations since liver transplant program was developed in the General Hospital[74].

 

BJWZ027. Chen Xianglong, male, DOB: April 1966

Personal profile: Deputy Director of Urological Surgery

He graduated from  Hunan Medical University with a Bachelor’s degree in July 1989[75].

 

BJWZ028. Jia Yongzhong, male

Personal profile: Director at deputy director level of  Urological Surgery and Associate Professor

September 1986 through July 1992 he was a student at  West China University of Medical Sciences  and got his Bachelor’s degree.  He was sent to work at Urological Surgery, General Hospital of Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces after graduation.

September 1996 through July 1999 he was studying at  Urological Surgery  of the General Hospital of PLA[76].

 

BJWZ029. Wu Xuejie, male

Personal profile: Deputy Director of Urological Surgery, doctor at director level, and PhD of Medicine

He graduated from Xiangya School of Medicine.

He’s been engaged in kidney transplantation for over ten years[77].

 

BJWZ030. Xiao Xuren, male

Personal profile: Doctor at director level, Professor, and tutor for PhD students with Urological Surgery; Distinguished consultation expert with the Central Healthcare Commission 

In October, 1981 he graduated from a graduate course of the Military Medical Institute for Further Training at the General Hospital of PLA and received his Master’s degree. He was a visiting professor with Urological Surgery at the University of British Columbia Hospital. He’s been involved in the study of kidney transplantation since 1978[78]

Overseas Training Experience:  He studied in Sweden and Japan in 1983 and 1991 respectively.

 

BJWZ031. Ma Quanfu, male

Personal profile: Doctor at director level, Professor, and Director of Urological Surgery

He is quite experienced in kidney transplantation[79].

BJWZ032. Yuan Yannian, male

Personal profile:  Doctor at deputy director level[80].

He graduated from the Department of Medical Therapy at the Second Military Medical University.

 

 

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(六)》

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China Liver Transplantation Net: New Record for Liver Transplant Surgeries at General Hospital of Armed Police

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China Organ Transplantation Net: Introduction of Kidney Transplant Team at the Institute of Transplantation of the General Hospital of Armed Police, posted on April 3, 2009

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China Organ Transplantation Net: Shen Zhongyang—Director of Institute of Transplantation and founder of China’s modern clinical liver transplantation by the Center for Liver Transplantation of the General Hospital of Armed Police on February 14, 2011. 

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China Organ Transplantation Net: Niu Yujian—Doctor at director level and professor posted in August 2005

http://www.wj-lti.com/ZhuanJiaTuanDui/2005-08/1.htm

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http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/sites/default/files/report/2016/64700_06251…

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http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/sites/default/files/report/2016/64700_06250…

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Media Group Tonight: Raise Hope with Transplantation—Tianjin Liver Transplant Expert Shen Zhongyang and His Team, posted on January 6, 2015

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Data bank for medical documentation of the Third Medical Center of the General Hospital of the  PLA (formally known as the General Hospital of Armed Police):

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz/
追查国际存档链接:Link to WOIPFG files:

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WOIPFG’s Comprehensive Investigation Results regarding the Chinese Communist Party’s Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Dafa Practitioners (2019)

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/125981

[38] 《2019年追查国际对中共活摘法轮功学员器官现状调查综述》

WOIPFG’s Comprehensive Investigation Results regarding the Chinese Communist Party’s Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Dafa Practitioners (2019)

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/125981

[39] 《2020年上半年追查国际对中共活摘法轮功学员器官现状调查综述》

WOIPFG’s Comprehensive Investigation Results regarding the Chinese Communist Party’s Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Dafa Practitioners (first half of  2019)

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/128615

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Liu Yu, the Institute of Liver Transplantation of the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/16226.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20130121074216/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[41]沈中阳_百度百科

Shen Zhongyang, baike, baidu

http://baike.baidu.com/view/1577731.htm

https://archive.is/gXqoe

[42]沈中阳_百度百科

Shen Zhongyang, baike, baidu

http://baike.baidu.com/view/1577731.htm

https://archive.is/gXqoe

[43]沈中阳_百度百科

Shen Zhongyang, baike, baidu

http://baike.baidu.com/view/1577731.htm

https://archive.is/gXqoe

[44] 臧运金- 青岛大学附属医院

Zang Yunjin—Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University

http://archive.is/nOn9T

[45] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation

http://news.xinhuanet.com/mil/2008-01/22/content_7472855.htm

http://archive.is/lte0k"

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Tianjin Medical Journal, Issue 09, Volume 37, 2009, p.p. 793-794: An Analysis of Issues related to Donor Liver Resection, by Chen Tianli, Shen Zhongyang, Zhu Zhijun, Zhang Hong, Deng Yonglin, Pan Cheng, and Zang Yunjin

http://new.med.wanfangdata.com.cn/Paper/Detail?id=PeriodicalPaper_tjyy2…

[47] 臧运金- 青岛大学附属医院 Zang Yunjin—Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University

http://archive.is/nOn9T

[48] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心:学科带头人

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation: leader of an academic discipline

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

http://archive.is/0IOoh

[49] 《中国器官移植网》2011年02月10日陈新国—肝移植专家,主任医师

China Organ Transplantation Net: Chen Xinguo—Expert in liver transplantation and doctor at director level, February 10, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417034321/http://www.transplantation.o…

[50]《中国器官移植网》2011年02月05日[推荐]王建立—肾移植专家、副主任医师、博士学位

China Organ Transplantation Net: Wang Jianli—Expert in kidney transplantation, doctor at deputy director level, and Ph.D, February 05, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033608/http://www.transplantation.o…

[51] 武警总队医院-专家-刘航

The General Hospital of Armed Police: expert Liu Hang

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://archive.is/k9tYo

[52] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心:学科带头人

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation: leader of an academic discipline

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

http://archive.is/0IOoh

[53] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation

http://news.xinhuanet.com/mil/2008-01/22/content_7472855.htm

http://archive.is/lte0k

[54] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心:学科带头人

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation: leader of an academic discipline

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

http://archive.is/0IOoh

[55] 武警总医院特色科室-肝移植研究中心:学科带头人

Special Program of the General Hospital of Armed Police---the  Research Center of Liver Transplantation: leader of an academic discipline

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

http://archive.is/0IOoh

https://web.archive.org/web/20170218202329/http://www.wj-hospital.com/y…

[56] 武警总队医院-专家团队-牛玉坚

Niu Yujian, member of expert team, the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/19550.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20160101211924/http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/19550.htm

[57] 《武警总医院》肝移植研究所 吴凤东

Wu Fengdong, the Institute of Liver Transplantation with the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/13303.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20160628140317/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[58] 《武警总医院》肝脏移植研究所 专家团队  陈虹

Chen Hong, member of expert team, the Institute of Liver Transplantation with the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

https://web.archive.org/web/20170218202329/http://www.wj-hospital.com/yjshzx1/yz

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Zhu Xiaodan, doctor at deputy director level, China Organ Transplantation Net, February 5, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033924/http://www.transplantation.o…

[60] 《武警总医院》 肝移植研究所  刘煜

Liu Yu, the Institute of Liver Transplantation with the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/16226.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20130121074216/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[61] 《中国器官移植网》2011年02月05日 王毅—副主任医师

Wang Yi, doctor at deputy director level, China Organ Transplantation Net, February 5, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033907/http://www.transplantation.o…

[62] 《好大夫在线》岳扬大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Yue Yang, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLv-51O1I6Imj3t-5V.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20091031045621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[63] 《武警总医院》肝移植研究所  邹卫龙

Zou Weidong, the Institute of Liver Transplantation with the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/13301.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20141029122345/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[64] 《好大夫在线》邹卫龙大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Zou Weilong, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLv-51UrpF9fQsVXyf.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033851/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[65] 《中国器官移植网》2011年02月02日 关兆杰—主治医师、博士学位

Guan Zhaojie, doctor at director level, Ph.D, China Organ Transplantation Net, February 2, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033843/http://www.transplantation.o…

[66] 《武警总医院》朱雄伟简介

Introduction of Zhu Xiongwei from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/17597.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20130926132932/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[67] 《武警总医院》韦中余简介

Introduction of Wei Zhongyu from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/4681.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140905065714/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[68] 《武警总医院》张庆简介

Introduction of Zhang Qing from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/gyzzx/13302.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20130121072718/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[69]《中国器官移植网》 2011年02月01日  王旭—医学硕士

Wang Xu, Master of Medicine, China Organ Transplantation Net, February 1, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417120208/http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011-02/6820.htm

[70] 《好大夫在线》史屹大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Shi Yi, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzdeCpM-Or4uSXys8lfo.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033553/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[71] 《好大夫在线》杨洋大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Yang Yang, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLv-5q3c5-zTRBJvHg.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417033031/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[72] 《中国器官移植网》2011年02月02日 任秀昀—移植超声,副主任技师

Ren Xiuyun, technician at deputy director level with transplantation division, China Organ Transplantation Net, February 2, 2011

http://www.transplantation.org.cn/ZWuJingZongYiYuanZhuanJiaTuanDui/2011…

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417120042/http://www.transplantation.o…

[73] 《好大夫在线》董兰大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Dong Lan, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLv-5bbrpF9fQsVXyf.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417032948/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[74] 《好大夫在线》宇鹏大夫简介

Introduction of Yu Peng, Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLv-51oqEsNJ7qcZX0.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417032943/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[75] 《武警总医院》泌尿外科  陈湘龙

Chen Xianglong, Urological Surgery of the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/mnwk/285.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20111215063126/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[76] 《名医在线》贾永中详细介绍

Detailed explanation by Jia Yongzhong on Famous Doctor Online

http://z.myzx.cn/yisheng/info/174439.html

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417032911/http://z.myzx.cn/yisheng/inf…

[77] 《武警总医院》吴学杰简介

Introduction of Wu Xuejie from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/mnwk/14817.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20120509151519/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[78] 《武警总医院》肖序仁简介

Introduction of Xiao Xuren from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/mnwk/8440.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20121113091203/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…

[79] 《好大夫在线》马全福大夫简介

Introduction of Dr. Ma Quanfu on Good Doctor Online

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4rO-XCoLUoRPx1ObWl99uMTa.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140417032728/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/…

[80] 《武警总医院》袁延年简介

Introduction of Yuan Yannian from the General Hospital of Armed Police

http://www.wj-hospital.com/expert/wk/mnwk/11221.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20120510082744/http://www.wj-hospital.com/e…