Name: Xiaoshun He
Country of residence: China
Date of birth: 1964
Job Titles: He Xiaoshun, professor at the Organ Transplant Division of the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, vice chairman of Transplant Academic Committee of the Ministry of Health. From April 2009 to present, he has been the vice president of the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University and academic leader of transplant at this hospital. He has completed more than 1,300 liver transplants, and he was the lead surgeon in the very first abdominal multi-organ combined transplantation in Asia. He has performed combined kidney-pancreas transplants, liver-kidney transplants, heart-lung transplants, etc. This Organ Transplant Division became one of the largest transplant centers in China, performing more types of transplants than other transplant centers. On November 5, 2013, Southern Weekly published an article titled “Labyrinth of Organ Donation” which quoted He Xiaoshun saying, “The number of national liver transplants in 2000 is ten times more than in 1999. The number tripled between 2000 and 2005.”
The first investigation: November 15, 2018 (13802510799)
In general, it usually takes one or two weeks to arrange an operation, but sometimes [it would take] one month.
Investigator: Well, my question is: are they the type of organs from Falun Gong (practitioners)? The organs themselves are healthy, right?
He Xiaoshun: Yes, right, right. Of course, of course.
The second investigation: November 16, 2018 (13802510799)
Investigator: On the one hand, there is an issue of skill, while on the other hand, there is an issue of the organ source. I know the organs you use are from Falun Gong practitioners, so they must be good. Combining these two factors makes it perfect.
He Xiaoshun: Correct.
Good Doctors Online: Introduction of He Xiaoshun
The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University website: Introduction of He Xiaoshun (a specialist)
 Sina New: Labyrinth of Organ Donation
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