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: Statement on 53 Chinese Surgeons Suspected of Crimes Against Humanity Attending the Transplantation Society’s Congress in Hong Kong

August 14, 2016
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On August18, the biennial International Congress of The Transplantation Society (TTS) will be held in Hong Kong. At this Congress, 53 physicians from the communist regime of the People’s Republic of China (hereafter referred to as “CCP”), including Huang Jiefu and Zheng Shusen, will be expected to attend and speak. These physicians are prime suspects in the crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, which have been classified as  international legal experts as crimes of genocide. [1] For years, these physicians have been under extensive investigation by the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (hereafter referred to as “WOIPFG”).

After 10 years of investigation, WOIPFG has been able to verify that, since July 1999, led by former head of the CCP Jiang Zemin, the CCP, while employing the entire state apparatus (including Party organs, administrative organs, the military, the judicial and legal systems, and medical facilities, among others), launched a nationwide genocide against Falun Gong. One of the means of eliminating the Falun Gong population was by harvesting organs from them. This is a state-sanctioned crime that, according to our investigation, was ordered directly by Jiang Zemin. This crime is nothing less than genocide and a crime against humanity. For more information, please see:

Report of WOIPFG’s Investigation on the State-sanctioned Crime of Harvesting Organs from a Great Number of Falun Gong Practitioners Committed by the China Communist Party (Excerpt)

Ironclad Proof – Video Presentation and Lecture on CCP Harvesting Organs from a Great Number of Falun Gong Practitioners

Based on extensive evidence, as of July 10, 2016, WOIPFG’s investigation indicates that as many as 865 hospitals and more than 9,500 organ transplant surgeons in Mainland China, including the 53 CCP surgeons attending the International Congress and their medical organizations, are allegedly involved in the crimes of organ harvesting and are suspects of the crime of genocide.

The following are a few attendees of the 26th International Congress of The Transplantation Society that have been under the investigation of WOIPFG:

Huang Jiefu

Former Vice Minister of the CCP’s Ministry of Health, Chairman of China Organ Donation Committee.

In the year 2012, Huang Jiefu personally operated more than 500 liver transplantation surgeries, among which, in only one case did the organ come from donation. On the afternoon of September 28, 2005, Huang Jiefu demonstrated autologous liver transplantation (meaning that the diseased liver is removed from the body, operated upon, and then replaced) at the First Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University. For this operation, 4 organ donors were prepared to provide backup livers to Huang’s surgery if necessary. WOIPFG’s analysis indicates that 3 out of these 4 donors could only have been living human beings.

Zheng Shusen

President of the First Affiliated Hospital of College of Medicine, Zhejiang University; Vice President of the Zhejiang branch of “China Anti-cult Association”. He is one of the persons in charge of the organization specifically setting up with the aim of persecuting Falun Gong practitioners, and at the same time, he is in charge of an organ transplant organization with aplenty of organ donor sources and an organ transplant surgeon.

As of 2012, Zheng Shusen “had operated 1,080 cases of liver transplant, as well as multiple-organ joint transplant operations, including 25 cases of combined liver-kidney transplants…”

While a practicing surgeon, Zheng Shusen also holds the position of chairman of the Zhejiang branch of “China Anti-cult Association”. “China Anti-cult Association” (CACA) is a nominal Civil Society Organization (CSO) but a de facto government affiliated institution. Members of CACA are Communist Party members and/or government officials, who also hold titles for either religious or science and technology institutions. The sole nature of all activities of CACA is such that: with the patronage of the government and state-sponsored media, members of CACA, in their capacity as religious leaders or experts on the various disciplines of science and technology, publicly justify the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong to both domestic and international society, study and implement measures on persecuting Falun Gong for the Chinese regime and concoct anti-Falun Gong theories. Furthermore, CACA has directly taken part in persecuting Falun Gong practitioners, including the so-called “transforming” Falun Gong practitioners. In fact, CACA was established for the purpose of persecuting Falun Gong, and is in essence a special assignment organization under the nominal banner of “anti-cult”. Much as CACA claims to be an “anti-cult” organization, the activities of CACA actually constitute those of a cult association. In particular, Zhang Yue, the director of CACA, was the former Chief of the 26th Public Security Bureau in Beijing (and in charge of the Public Security Bureau’s “610 Office”). He has recently been brought to trial. Zheng Shusen is one of the prime suspects of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners. (A list is attached of other Congress attendees that have been under investigation for alleged transplant offenses)   

WOIPFG has addressed elsewhere in its research the vast numbers of transplants that have been performed by hospitals across China, and the fact that the Chinese regime has no explanation for the abundant source of organs used to supply them.

According to WOIPFG’s investigation:

There are 96 organ transplant centers, each performing 2,000 -3,000cases of organ transplants per year;

There are 50 regional liver and kidney transplant centers, each performing 400 cases per year;

There are 153 small and medium sized organ transplant centers, performing at least 3,000 cases of organ transplant surgeries;

There are also 408 organ transplant centers of large military and regional hospitals (mainly the Class A tertiary hospitals) without qualifications to carry out organ transplants, including 56 military and armed police hospitals and 352 regional Class A tertiary hospitals, which have been denied designations to perform organ transplant surgeries.

Thus, we urge the Executive Committee The Transplantation Society:

Considering the fact these53 mainland Chinese surgeons, led by Huang Jiefu, have been harvesting the organs from a large number of prisoners of conscience every year, they are murderers guilty of crimes equivalent to those of Nazi war criminals.It is entirely wrong for such people to be addressing an august conference—allowing them to do so is equivalent to assisting their deeds inside China, and eroding the moral prestige of your own organization.

Therefore, we recommend:

  1. Withdraw their right to participatein and speak at the Congress.

  2. TTS should re-examine and conduct a scientific investigation on the truth about organ transplants in mainland China.

Organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience has been known about for a decade, condemned by elected legislatures worldwide, and exposed internationally. Yet TTS executives continue to maintain friendly interactions with the very people engaged in these crimes,completely disregarding global opinion about the Communist Party’s crimes. This damages medical ethics. We urge TTS to investigate the truth about China’s organ transplants industry.

 3. We call the attention of the other TTS members, who are participating in the Congress, to be alert

If you participate with these suspects of crimes against humanity in the same congress and in the same venue, and you unintentionally pay public tribute to them, that would be a great shame. We recommend that you reject the CCP’s medical personnel’s participation in the International Congress and take advantage of this opportunity to raise questions to the CCP officials and their representatives participating in this Congress about the atrocity of live organ harvesting.

 4. We also sincerely appeal to the people of Hong Kong to let us stand together to defend human dignity

In February of this year, Huang Jiefu proposed in Macau to incorporate Hong Kong and Macau into the mainland China’s organ donation management system. To avoid Hong Kongbeingfurther tarnished,and to avoid the citizens of Hong Kong being victimized by the CCP in the future, we earnestly ask you to join us to stop them from allowing these mainland Chinese doctors to preach their results and tell their lies to the people of Hong Kong.

WOIPFG’s principals are: whoever has committed the crime is responsible for it, individuals are responsible for group organized crimes, instigating a crime is the same as directly committing a crime. Based on these principals, all the crimes conducted in the name of organizations, units and systems will eventually be the responsibility of the individuals. All the responsible persons, who have participated in the persecution of Falun Gong, will be investigated completely and brought to justice.

We warn those who have participated in the persecution of Falun Gong: the persecution of Falun Gong is a genocidal crime, a crimeagainst humanity. Carrying out instructions cannot be used as an excuse for exemption; all the participants are responsible personally. Surrender, confession, abandoning evil for righteousness, reporting evil conduct, and making an effort to reconcile for guilt is the only right course of action.

Formed on January 20, 2003, the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (abbreviated as WOIPFG) aims at assisting and coordinating with the force of justice and criminal investigatory organizations in the international society to completely investigate all the criminal activities and organizations, associations and individuals relating to 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 help the victims send the criminals to the court and to exercise fundamental principles of humanity, to severely punish the murders and to awaken the world.


World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong

Tel: 1-347-448-5790; Fax: 1-347-402-1444
Mailing address: P.O. Box 84, New York, NY 10116, USA
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                    List of 53 CCP Surgeons Attending the 26th International
                     Congress of the Transplantation Society (TTS 2016)










Talk title



Huang , Jiefu

China Organ Donation and Transplant Committee;

Peking Union Medical College Hospital;

Performed over 500 cases of liver only in the year of 2012;

Participated in at least 340 cases of liver transplantationuntil April 2006.





  1. China’s Organ Transplantation Reform: A Major First Step on A Long Journey
  2. Transplantation Reform in China


Yuan , Xiaopeng



The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University

Participated in performing more than 3,000 cases of kidney transplantation (chief surgeon in more than 500 cases);

Participated in extractions :combined liver-kidney from 90 “donors”, kidneys from 260 “donors” (age 20 -30 yrs),





1.Effect of Machine Perfusion and Urokinase on the Kidney Transplants with Glomerular Thrombosis

2.BK Polyomavirus Prophylaxis with Ciprofloxacin in Kidney Transplant Recipients: a Prospective Study

3.Kidney transplantation from donors with rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure: a report of 16 cases


Ye , Qifa


The Third Xiangya Hospital of Central South University

Performed more than 1,000 cases of liver transplantation, and more than 2,000 cases of kidney transplantation;
Participated in performing 407 cases of multi-organs harvesting of abdomen from acute brain death, or acute cardiac death “donors” during 2002 to 2012.





Developing an OPO Network to Increase Donation Rate and Organ Utilization


Zhang , Xiaodong


Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, Capital Medical University

Performed as chief of a team over 1,000 cases of kidney transplantation in recent years, with altogether over 3,000 cases being conducted by them.





Comparison of Two Dose Regimens of ATLG in Kidney Transplantation


Wang , Changxi


The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University

kidney transplantation: Participated in more than 2,000 cases,among which more than 700 cases as chief surgeon.





Pathological analysis of 544 cases of indicated renal allograft biopsies



Shi , Bingyi


the 309th Hospital of People's Liberation Army

more than 1,500 cases of kidney transplantation and more than 300 cases of liver transplantation inrecent years; (also extraction of kidneys from 431 "donors"; combined liver-kidney extractions from 55 “donors”; combined kidney-pancreas extractions from 10 “donors”; and multi-organ extractions (heart-liver-kidney) from 10 “donors”, during December 1988 to April 2003.)





Kidney Transplantation in China in the New Era


Mo Sr., Chunbai

(MO Chunbai莫春柏)

Tianjin First Center Hospital


Participated in performing over 1,500 cases of kidney





Efficacy and Safety of Enteric-Coated Mycophenolate Sodium in Chinese Living-Donor Kidney Transplant Recipients: A Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study


Zheng , Shusen


The First Affiliated Hospital,Zhejiang

Up to Feb. 2014, more than 1400 cases of liver transplantation;

From Jan. 2000to Dec. 2004,46cases of Emergency liver transplant





Liver Transplantation in China in the New Era


He , Xiaoshun

The first affiliated hospital of Sun yat-sen university

from 1988 to present





Multi-Centre Experience: the OPO Alliance Model


Chen , Guodong



The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University






1.Outcomes of Kidney Transplantation from DBD, DCD or DBCD Donors: A Single Center Experience from China

2.Angiotensin System Blockade Reduce Proteinuria in Kidney Transplant Recipients: A Meta-Analysis


Huang , Gang


Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University






Pathogenesis of polyomavirus-associated nephropathy: insights from a mouse model


Sun , Xuyong


No.303 Hospital of People’s Liberation Army

Transplantations:3 cases of  liver , one case of combined liver-kidney, 113 cases of kidneyin hospital;

61 cases of  liver and 24 cases of  kidney in collaborating institutes during June 2003 to June 2005 (also 69 cases of fast combined liver-kidney extractions; 3 cases of multi-organ extractions (liver-kidney-pancreas- duodenum) from”donors” (average age, 27 yrs) during the same period);

416 cases of  kidney transplantationfrom January 2006 to December 2009;

145 cases of kidney transplantationduring January 2010 to February 2011.





Single Centre Experience: Hospital-based OPO Model


Lin , Tao



West China Hospital, Sichuan University

Kidney transplantation from 51 cadaveric "donors" during January 2007 to May 2009;

609 cases of living “donor” kidney transplantation during January 2006 to December 2011.





An art of Immunosuppressant regimen adjustment in China to meet New Era of Transplantation


Qiu , Jiang


Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University

Conducted more than 400 cases of kidney transplantation as primary surgeon





Efficacy and Safety of Rabbit Antithymocyte Globulin or Interleukin-2 Receptor Antagonist for Induction Therapy in Chinese Living Donor Renal Transplantation Recipients: a Retrospective Study


Chen , Jingyu


Affiliated Wuxi people's hospital of Nanjing Medical University

Till.July 2015, more than cases of lung transplantation[i];

Participated in performing 6 cases of combined heart-lung transplantation in Dalian Central Hospital during January 2005 to July 2006.

Extraction of lungs from 129 "donors" during Sep. 2002 to Dec. 2011





Initial experience of lung transplantation with a national organ procurement organization effort to use lungs from brain and cardiac death donors or cardiac death donors in a single Chinese center


Zheng , Zhe


Fu wai Hospital, Beijing

Heart transplantation 2004 to January 2011;

Participated in extraction of hearts from 69 “donors” during June 2004 to September 2006.





Heart Transplantation in China in the New Era


Yi , Wang



the second affiliated hospital, university of south china

Performed independentlyover 200 cases of kidney transplantation up to present





Outcomes of ABO Incompatible Kidney Transplantation Without Antibody Remove: Multicenter Experiences from China


Chen , Gang


Tongji Hospital, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan

Participated in performing 153 cases of kidney transplantation during 2003 to 2006.





Upregulation of heme oxygenase-1 in immature dendritic cells improves their tolerogenic capacity in allotransplantation


Sun , Chao


Tianjin First Center Hospital

Participated in performing 113 cases of living-“donor” liver transplantation during December 2007 to November 2009.





The study of the measurement of liver volume by methods of multi-slice spiral CT and displacement method


Wang , Kai


Tianjin First Center Hospital

Participated in performing many cases of heart transplantation as the first assistant;  Participated in performing 101 cases of liver transplantation till 2013;





1.Acquired Diaphragmatic Hernia following Pediatrics Living Donor Liver Transplantation

2.Different Phenotypes of CD4+ Regulatory T Cells in Adult Recipients Post Liver Transplantation


Zhu , Lan


Tongji Hospital of Huazhong University of Science & Technology

Participated in 101 cases of live kidney transplantation up to 2006.





Single kidney transplantation from pediatric donors younger than 3 years to adult recipients


Dou , Kefeng


Xijing hospital ,The Fourth Millitary Medical University

Nov. 2001 to July 2006





A modified heterotopic auxiliary liver transplantation for wilson's disease with the graft implanted in the splenic fossa


Liu , Longshan


The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University

To December 2010





1.Optimization of a therapeutic protocol of human mesenchymal stem cells in mice heart transplant model

2.Conversion from mycophenolate mofetil to mizoribine and its therapeutic exposure in Chinese renal transplant recipients with leucopenia.


Chuanbao, chen


Third Division of Organ Transplant Center
East Campus of First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University

Participated in performing 60 cases of kidney transplantation;

Participated in performing extraction of kidneys from 20 brain-dead "donors" up to 2013.






Kidney transplantation from pediatric donors of deceased organ donation


The analysis of discarded kidneys from donors of deceased organ donation


Fan , Xiaoli


Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University

44 cases of kidney transplantation March 2010 to Nov. 2012;

extraction of both sides of kidneys from 22 tramatic brain-dead and cerebral hemorrhage “donors” during Mar. 2010 to Nov. 2012.





1.The development and management of China Organ Procurement Organization Alliance

2.The organ preservation and enhancement of donation success ratio effect of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in circulatory unstable brain death donor

3.Hypothermic machine perfusion attenuate liver warm ischemia injury on a novel venous bypass supported pig liver auto-transplantation model


Yang , Zhaoxu


Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University

23 cases of orthotopic liver transplantation during June 1997 to October 2003.





Empirical study of GTKO Pig - Tibetan macaque splenic fossa heterotopic auxiliary liver xenotransplantation



Li , Yousheng


Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Command, PLA






The prophylactic effect of secretin for intestinal failure-associated liver disease



Guo , Yanhong


Deputy Director
National Health and Family Planning Commission






The Green Passage System for Organ Transportation in China


Wang , Haibo


Director of the China Organ Transplant Response System Research Center of the Ministry of Health of PRC






1.The Overview of Organ Donation and Transplantation in China in the New Era

2.A New Era for Organ Donation and Transplantation in China



Du , Feifei



Organ Transplantation Institute of Xiamen University


Not available





Isatis tinctoria L. combined with co-stimulatory molecules blockade inhibits accelerated rejection mediated by allo-primed CD4+ memory T cells in mice


Li , Yaguang


Organ Transplantation Institute of Xiamen University


Not available

Tutor Qi Zhongquan (Qi Zhongquan: Director of the Institute of organ transplantation, Xiamen University, Zhongshan Hospital Affiliated to Xiamen University: participated in more than 500 cases of human kidneys, liver, pancreas transplantation





Combining Monoclonal Antibodies with 1,25(OH)2D3 Treatment to Prolong the Survival Time of Cardiac Allograft in Accelerated Rejection Models of Mice


Li , Yanping


Transplantation Institute of Xiamen University






The analysis of αGal antigen in tree shrew


Xia , Junjie


Xiamen University , Organ Transplant Institute, Xiamen,






Maintenance of Long-term Tolerance by T Regulatory Cells in a Mouse Model of Heart Transplantation


Zhao , Bin


Organ Transplantation Institute of Xiamen University


Research area: organ transplantation and immunity





Immunosuppressive Effect of Arsenic Trioxide (A2O3) on Xeno-Islet Transplantation


Feng , Han


the First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University

Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

1 WujunXue: >3700 cases of kidney transplantation.

2 Xiaohui Tian and other 6 people

involved in 3102 cases of renal transplantation up to 2010

3 Chenguang Ding Yang Li (Li Yang)

From Jan. 2000 to Dec. 2002, 273 cases of renal transplantation:





1.Clinical research of kidney transplantation from cardiac death pediatric donors

2.Clinical Investigation of kidney transplantation from cardiopulmonary resuscitation of DCD



Xu , Yinzhe



PLA General Hospital (also known as 301 Hospital)

Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG::

Jiahong Dong:completed more than 700 cases of various types of clinical liver transplantation.





IL-6 blockade attenuates posthepatectomy liver injury, accelerates liver regeneration and improves survival


Guan , Lianyue


China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University






1.Effects of Ulinastatin on liver cold ischemia/reperfusion injury and graft survival in mice

2.Effects of Ulinastatin on liver warm ischemia reperfusion injury in mice


wang , zhanpeng


China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University






NKT cells in the liver are important for peripheral tolerance induction in mice


Guo , Fei

the 3rd Xiangya Hospital of Central South Unversity






1.A parallel comparison of suppressive capacity in immune responses: regulatory T cells versus regulatory macrophages

2.Human regulatory macrophages are more potent in suppression of the xeno- than the allo-response


Ma , Xiaoqian


the 3rd Xiangya Hospital of Central South University






1.Evaluation of Potential of Umbilical Cord Blood-Derived Regulatory Macrophages for Cellular Immunotherapy

2.Necroptosis plays a central role in hypoxia-induced islets cell death


Logen , Liu

the second affiliated hospital, university of south china






Human ABH antibody repertoire elucidated by coupled high throughput sequencing and proteomics


Dai , Zhenhua



Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine






CD8+ Tregs


Jiang , Xiaofeng


The second affiliated hospital of Guangzhou Medical University






No PERV infection in pig islets recipients after 15 years of xenotransplantation


Liu , Zhengzhao

Shenzhen Second People's Hospital






Induction of diabetes in cynomolgus monkey with one injection of streptozotocin



Tang , Jianxin


The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat‑sen University

Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Nan Jiang(姜楠): From April 2001 to July 2006, participated in 843 cases of liver transplantation





Postoperative outcomes of Controlled Donation after Cardiac Death compared with Donation after Brain Death : a meta-analysis


Wu , Chenglin


The first affiliated hospital of Sun Yat-sen University

Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Changxi Wang(希):more than 2000 cases of renal transplantation

RonghaiDeng(荣海) :performed 23 cases of liver transplantation from Jan. 2007 to Feb. 2010.

Participated in renal transplantation, the number of cases of unknown.

Longshan Liu(刘龙山):participated in more than 61 cases of kidney transplantation.

Linwei Wu(巫林伟):more than 800 cases of liver transplantation.

Xiaoshun He(何晓顺):more than 13000 cases of liver transpaltation





Blocking m-TOR pathway specifically in myeloid system abate chronic allograft rejection by inhibiting immune cell activation and infiltration



Zhang , Huanxi


The first affiliated hospital of Sun Yat-sen University


Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Longshan Liu(山):participated in more than 61 cases of kidney

transplantationup to 2010;.

Bingyi Shi(石炳毅): PLA 309th Hospital:more than 1500 kidney ,300 cases of liver transplantation

Changxi Wang(希): more than 2000 cases of renal transplantation





Center effect on outcome of kidney transplantation from pediatric deceased donor in China.



Lai , Liangxue


Associate Director
Institute of Southern China Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences







Application of Gene-Specific Nucleases (Meganucleases, ZFNs, TALEN, CRISPR) in Transgenic Animals and in Vitro Models of Transplant Immunology



Xu , Yue


Beijing Chao-yang hospital


Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Xiaopeng Hu(胡小):more than 600 cases of kidney transplantation





Chemokine Receptor CXCR4 Antagonist, a Novel Pathway to Prevent Chronic Allograft Nephropathy.


Zeng , Song

Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital


Not available.

But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Xiaodong Zhang(张小东):as a department leader, completed more than 3000 cases of kidney transplantation

Xiaopeng Hu(胡小鹏):more than 600 cases of kidney transplantation





Using Intravoxel Incoherent Motion MR Imaging and Blood Oxygen Level-Dependent MR Imaging to Evaluate Rat Acute Allograft Rejection Model


Zhang , Qiang



Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital


But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Xiaodong Zhang():completed more than 3000 cases of kidney transplantation by leading his team

Xiaopeng Hu(胡小):more than 600 cases of kidney transplantation





Intravoxel Incoherent Motion Imaging Is an Effective Way to Monitor Chronic Allograft Dysfunction in Rat Models


Liu , Hongxia


Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

School of Nursing





1.Health-Related Quality of Life and its Influencing Factors in Chinese Renal Transplant Recipients

2.Influencing Factors of Fatigue in Liver Transplant Recipients


Yang , Cheng


Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University


But The co-authors of his paper are on the list of WOIFPG:

Ming Xu(许明):performed 446 cases  of renal transplantation between January 1993 and December 2008

Tongyu Zhu(朱同玉):performed more than 150 cases of kidney transplantation till 2005 and 25 cases in 2006





1.Cyclic Helix B Peptide Inhibits Ischemia Reperfusion-induced Renal Fibrosis via the PI3K/Akt/FoxO3a Pathway

2.Soluble Fibrinogen-like Protein 2 Regulates Differentiation and Enhances Immunosuppressive Function of Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells in Allograft Immunity



[i]Health and Family Planning Commission of Jiangsu Province