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 Investigation Report on the Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners from the Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University and the Responsible Persons

April 10th, 2021

Hospital: Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University

Address: 180 Fenglin Road / 1609 Xietu Road, Shanghai, China

 

Preface

The number of transplants at this hospital is large and growing at an alarming rate. Additionally, there are always sufficient organ donors, short waiting times, and transplants as usual during the pandemic. Transplant doctors directly admitted that the source of organs was Falun Gong practitioners, and Dr. Tan Yunshan, head of the liver pathology department, admitted that Jiang Zemin ordered organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners for transplantation.

During an investigation by the WOIPFG, a doctor at the Liver Transplant Center at Zhongshan Hospital was asked “Are the organs from people who practice Falun Gong?” The answer was: “That’s all we have.”[1] 

Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University is a tertiary level-A hospital. On May 23, 2007, this hospital was appointed by the Ministry of Health to perform liver, kidney, and heart transplants.[2] It was the only hospital in Shanghai to obtain certification for heart, liver and kidney transplants all at once. The Organ Transplant Center was established on October 30, 2001.[3] 

 

I. High volume and rapid growth rate of transplants 

The following statements are from media and hospitals before Sep. 22, 2007: 

a) Online media platform Sina.com reported in December 2003: The total number of organ transplants at Fudan University’s Organ Transplant Center has exceeded 100 cases per year, with an annual growth rate of 50 percent. On December 8, 2003, Fudan University Zhongshan Hospital—US Pittsburg University Thomas E. Starzl Collaborating Transplant Research Center was established. The Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute is the largest Transplantation Institute in the world. The institute was created “to foster the continued success of transplants.” 

                

Figure 1. Snapshot of Sina.com News webpage in December 2003

 

b) On August 2006 (article submitted on February 10), Qin Xinyu, CCP secretary of Fudan University Zhongshan Hospital, vice president and director of general surgery, published an article on Chinese Hospitals, stating that major organ transplants on heart, lung, liver, and kidney had reached about 400 cases at that time.[4]

 

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Figure 2. Snapshot of "China Hospitals" article in August 2006

 

c) An online archiving website (www.archive.org) disclosed that as early as 2005, the following statements appeared on the hospital’s official website: “Zhongshan Hospital has completed a total of nearly 1,000 cases of kidney transplants, more than 200 cases of liver transplants, 107 cases of heart transplants, 6 cases of combined heart and lung transplants, and 11 cases of combined liver and kidney transplants. The number of organ transplants is rapidly increasing every year.” According to the official website, the first case of an 8-year-old kidney transplant was completed in 1991, the patient is now 22-year-old, e.g., 14 years have passed since 1991, and the webpage was dated in 2005.[5]

d) On Sep. 22, 2007, the following statement appeared in the special edition of the Zhongshan Hospital Newspaper celebrating Fudan University Zhongshan Hospital’s 70th anniversary[6]: “The hospital currently has completed a total of more than 2,000 cases of kidney transplants, including more than 570 cases of liver transplants (11 cases of living-donor liver transplants), over 200 cases of heart transplants, 9 cases of combined heart and lung transplants and 13 cases of combined liver and kidney transplants. The number of organ transplants at the hospital is increasing rapidly every year. This will enable more patients with end-stage kidney, liver, heart and lung diseases to have a new lease on life.” 

 

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Figure 3. Snapshot of the article in Zhongshan Hospital News on September 2007

The reports above are mutually corroborating, and the trends coincide.

 

II. A transplant doctor openly admits that the source of the organ is from Falun Gong practitioners 

 

Investigation Subject: A Doctor[7]from Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, Shanghai

Investigation time: March 16, 2006. Phone Number: 011862164041990

Investigation phone record:

Investigator: Hello. Is this the Zhongshan Hospital?

Nurse: Yes, the transplant ward.

Investigator: Is this the Liver Transplant Center?

Nurse: Yes. How may I help you?

Investigator: I want to have a consultation.

Nurse: Please wait.

Doctor: Hello! Hello!

Investigator: Are you a doctor? Can you do transplant surgery?

Doctor: Yes, I can.

Investigator: How long do I have to wait?

Doctor: About a week after arrival.

Investigator: Are there any organs from Falun Gong practitioners? I heard that those are very good.

Doctor: What we have here are all those.

Investigator: Oh, so the healthy ones all come from Falun Gong practitioners and they are fresh. How many hours are we talking about?

Doctor: It should be okay within 24 hours, but we generally keep it within 10 hours.

Investigator: Could you tell me whom should I contact about it?

Doctor: You may contact the court.

Investigator: Do you get them from other areas or locally?

Doctor: We have both.

Investigator: So you have supplies from both local and other towns?

Doctor: Yes.

Investigation Subject: Dr. Tan Yunshan, Director of Liver Pathology Department, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai

Investigation Date: February 8, 2015. Phone number: +86-13681972360

Summary of content:

Tan Yunshan: “All the livers that have been used in liver transplant operations performed come from the ‘source.’ Of course, we know who the donors were, as to whether those donors were Falun Gong practitioners or not, that’s not our concern. As long as the organs meet our criteria, we don’t care who the donors are.”

Investigator: “Do you know that Bai Shuzhong, the former Minister of PLA General Logistics Department of Health has confessed that Jiang Zemin ordered the organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners? So was all of the surgeries performed according to that policy?”

Tan Yunshan: “Yes, that’s right.” [8]

(Recording 32. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 32)

 

Tan Yunshan also told the investigator: All livers were taken from the source. Why? Because when we extract the organs ourselves, we can make sure to get the original information of the donors. If we entrust someone else to do it, they won’t be able to guarantee that. To keep everything under control, we must do it ourselves. Most of the livers were obtained by us.

(Recording 86. Download: MP3; Transcript Download: pdf 86[9]

 

III. The transplant center has a strong transplant team and a huge transplant volume 

 

 a) The Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University had a strong transplant team. According to the surgeons' list released in 2014 by WOIPFG[10], there were 27 physicians in kidney transplants, including 6 chief physicians or professors, 5 associate chief physicians or associate professors. As for Liver Transplant, there were 10 chief physicians or professors, 9 associate chief physicians or associate professors. As for the Cardiac Surgical Clinic, there were 3 chief physicians or professors.

b) One chief physician completed more than 100 cases of liver transplants in a year. The hospital currently has multiple liver transplant teams, and presumably thousands of liver transplants performed each year.

Fan Jia is deputy director of Fudan University’s Organ Transplant Center, a professor, and chief physician.[11] On April 16, 2001, Fan Jia performed his first liver-transplant surgery.[12] By December 2006, he had completed a total of more than 500 cases of liver transplants.[13] By 2012, he had completed over 1100 liver transplants.[14] Fan Jia, as the current president of Zhongshan Hospital, “He worked 80+ hours per week, and completed 100+ cases of liver transplant per year”.[15]

 

                        

 

Figure 4. Snapshot of the article published in Zhongshan Hospital Newspaper

 

The number here is only the volume of transplants completed by one doctor. Based on the analysis, the hospital has at least 10 chief physicians, 9 associate chief physicians, and Fan Jia himself, as the president of Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, must be involved in the management and administrative matters, so he can't be the person with the greatest number of surgeries. How about other doctors? Let us see a few examples below.

Zhou Jian, the chief physician and professor of the Organ Transplant Center of Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, has accumulated more than 1,000 cases of liver transplant clinical experience.[16]

Huang Xiaowu, the chief physician of liver tumor surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, participated in nearly a thousand cases of liver transplants, and served as the group leader of the liver transplant clinic.[17]

Qiu Shuangjian, the deputy director, chief physician and professor of liver tumor surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, served as a principal member of the liver transplant team, participated in the majority of liver transplants in Zhongshan Hospital, being the lead surgeon in 500 cases.[18]

Huang Cheng, the associate chief physician and associate professor of liver tumor surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, has participated in more than 500 cases of liver transplants since 2002.[19]

Shi Yinghong, the associate chief physician and associate professor of liver tumor surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University, performed more than 400 cases of liver transplants.[20]

 

IV. The number of kidney transplants is greater than the number of liver transplants

 

a) According to published reports, the number of kidney transplants is 4 to 5 times number of liver transplants.

In 2005, the hospital official website stated "Zhongshan Hospital completed nearly one thousand cases of kidney transplant and over 200 cases of liver transplant. The number of organ transplants is increasing rapidly every year.”[21] The number of publicly reported kidney transplants is five times of liver transplants.

On September 22, 2007, Zhongshan Hospital Journal, the hospital newspaper’s special edition for the 70th Anniversary[22], stated “At present, more than 2000 cases of kidney transplant and over 570 cases of liver transplant were completed. The number of organ transplants is increasing every year.” The number of publicly reported kidney transplant is nearly four times of liver transplants.

b) A strong kidney transplant team. 

There are 27 kidney transplant surgeons, 6 of them with senior titles (chief physician or professor), and 5 are associate chief physicians, which can form multiple kidney transplant teams.

 

V. Sufficient source supplies

 

The official website of the hospital claimed: "In recent years, due to the shortage of donors, the number of organ transplants nation-wide decreased. However, kidney transplants at Zhongshan Hospital are a standout[23]. The number of kidney transplants is increasing every year.”

 

VI. Telephone investigation results: short waiting time, transplants performed as usual during pandemic 

 

Investigation Subject: Huang Xiaowu, liver transplant surgeon at Zhongshan Hospital 

Investigation Date: January 28, 2016. Phone number: +86-13701811021

Summary: We do a lot (of organ transplants). In the cases of blood type B, it can be done after one to two months. We’ve performed a dozen (surgeries) this year. 

(Download Audio MP3. Transcript Download: pdf001)

 

Investigation Subject: Nurse in the hepatic surgery ward of Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University[26]

Investigation Date: April 2, 2020. Phone number: +86 21-64041990

Summary of content.

1. There are many hepatic inpatient services, and liver transplants can be done over there.

2. Fan Jia is the President. (He also does liver transplants)

3. We are not affected by the pandemic. Transplant clinic is open.

4. You have no way to find a doctor (now), the doctors are performing surgeries.

(Audio 025 download: MP3, manuscript download: pdf025)

 

VII. Since 2005, no more updates on the webpage of the organ transplant center have been provided, but data was revised, then the whole webpage was deleted

 

a) From 2005 to July 24, 2014, the webpage of the hospital introduction was not updated[27]. The same statement has been kept there: "Zhongshan Hospital has completed nearly 1,000 cases of kidney transplants and more than 200 cases of liver transplants. The number of organ transplants is increasing rapidly every year." [28] 

b) In September 2007, Zhongshan Hospital Journal, the hospital newspaper’s 70 Anniversary special issue, mentioned that kidney transplants had reached over 2,000 cases.[29] But in July 2014, it changed to "the number of kidney transplant in Zhongshan Hospital already exceeds 1,000 cases now.” [30] How could kidney transplants decrease? 

c) After July 2014, this hospital directly deleted the whole website of the organ transplantation center. If you search for http://transplantation.com.cn/About.Asp, it shows "Not Found."

 

VIII. The hospital is suspected of killing living people

 

From May 2000 to April 2011, “there were 298 cases of orthotropic heart transplants carried out. In which 291 donor hearts were from cadavers and 7 hearts were from brain-dead donors. Donors were aged 18 to 45-years-old. The average age is 26.8(±4.5). There were 283 males and 15 females. All “donors” had no obvious history of cardiovascular diseases or other major organ diseases. Among these 298 cases, 60 hearts were extracted when the donors had ventricular fibrillation or after the heart stopped beating, and the rest were extracted while the hearts were still beating[32].” 

 

IX. Key responsible persons.          

 

FDDX-ZS001 Fan Jia, Male. Date of Birth: March 1958. Member of the Chinese Communist Party. Place of birth: Kunshan, Jiangsu province[33].                

Personal Profile: President of Zhongshan Hospital, Director of Shanghai Institute of Liver Diseases, Executive Vice President of Fudan University Liver Cancer Institute, Director of Fudan University Organ Transplantation Center, deputy director of Department of Oncology, Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, Director of Shanghai Liver Tumor Clinical Medical Center. Served as a member of the Discipline Review Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, a director of the Oncology Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, a director of the Liver Cancer Committee of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association, a member of the Hepatology Group of the Chinese Society of Surgery, a vice chairman of the Shanghai Anti-Cancer Association, and a vice-chairman of the Oncology Branch of the Shanghai Medical Association.

Fan Jia graduated from Nantong Medical College in 1983; became a member of the Chinese Communist Party in 1987; received his master's degree from Nanjing Railway Medical College in 1988; received his MD degree from Shanghai Medical University in 1995.

From 1999 to 2000, he went to the University of Pittsburgh Transplant Center as a senior visiting scholar to conduct clinical research in liver transplantation and liver surgery[34].                        

He works 80 hours per week and performs more than 500 surgeries per year. Over the past 20 years, he has performed more than 7,000 difficult liver cancer surgeries and more than 1,300 liver transplant surgeries[35]. In recent years, he has successfully performed more than 1340 liver transplants[36].

Specialized in liver tumor diagnosis and treatment, liver transplantation. He has long been in charge of the hospital's medical, scientific research and information work.

 

FDDX-ZS002 Zhou Jian, Male. Date of birth: 1967.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician, Professor. He is currently the Deputy Director of Liver Surgery at Zhongshan Hospital and Liver Cancer Institute of Fudan University, Deputy Head of Liver Transplantation Group, Secretary of Shanghai Liver Tumor Clinical Medical Center, and Secretary-General of Collaborative Center of Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University and Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute, University of Pittsburgh, USA.

He graduated from the former Shanghai Medical University (now Fudan University) in 1991. He studied for his PhD in 1997 under the supervision of world-renowned oncology authority Dr. Tang Zhaoyou and received his PhD in 2001. He was promoted by exception to professor and doctoral supervisor in 2006.

In 2001, he went to the United States to study basic and clinical research in liver transplantation and hepatic surgery. He has attended many liver transplantations and hepatic surgery surgeries by famous professors from the United States, Germany, Hong Kong and Taiwan to gain advanced experience from the world's top colleagues.

He has accumulated clinical experience in more than 3000 cases of liver resections and 600 cases of liver transplants[37].

 

FDDX-ZS003 Qiu Shuangjian, Male. Date of birth: 1968.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician, Professor, Deputy Director of Liver Tumor Surgery

From 1999 to 2000, he went to the University of Pittsburgh Organ Transplantation Center to conduct basic and clinical research on liver transplantation and immunotherapy and gene therapy for liver cancer. In September 2001, he visited the Liver Transplantation Center of the Queen Mary Hospital of the University of Hong Kong for an exchange program.

As a key member of the liver transplantation team at Zhongshan Hospital, he has participated in most of the liver transplants performed at Zhongshan Hospital, including 500 cases in which he was the surgeon[38].

Specializes in liver transplantation.

 

FDDX-ZS004 Wang Lu, Male. Date of birth: October 1968.

Personal Profile: Chief physician of liver tumor surgery, Associate professor.

In 2002, as a "Clinical Associate Surgeon", he went to work in the Department of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery at Queen Mary Hospital of the University of Hong Kong Medical Center, one of the world's living donor liver transplant centers. He participated in operations such as donor liver extraction, liver planting, and the second time liver transplantation.

Participated in more than 40 cases of liver transplant operations[39].

 

FDDX-ZS005 Huang Cheng, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Liver Tumor Surgery.

In 2002, he graduated from the Department of Hepatobiliary Minimally Invasive Surgery, the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, and in 2005, he graduated from the Department of Liver Tumor Surgery, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, under the tutelage of Professor Fan Jia.

He has participated in and accumulated more than 500 cases of liver transplantation experience since 2002[40]

Specializes in liver transplantation.

 

FDDX-ZS006 Shi Yinghong, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Liver Cancer Surgery.

In May 2005, he went to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to conduct research on tumor cell death and liver cancer metastasis and obtained a series of research results. In 2007, he performed clinical and basic research on living donor liver transplantation at the Liver Transplant Center of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Mainly involved in more than 400 cases of liver transplantation and more than 30 cases of living donor liver transplantation, including the first adult-adult right-half-liver living donor liver transplantation in Shanghai, adult-child living donor liver transplantation, and the first adult liver-heart combined transplant in Asia[41].

 

FDDX-ZS007 Wang Xiaoying, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Liver Cancer Surgery and specializes in liver transplantation[42].

 

FDDX-ZS008 Huang Xiaowu, Male. Date of birth: 1971.

Personal Profile: Chief physician of liver tumor surgery.

After graduating from the Department of Medicine of Shanghai Medical University (now Fudan University Shanghai Medical College) in 1994, he stayed at the school and worked in the Department of Liver Surgery of Zhongshan Hospital. In 1999, he studied under the academician Tang Zhaoyou, an internationally renowned liver cancer authority, for a doctorate in surgery.

In 2002, he went to the University of Michigan Medical School Cancer Center to study for more than one year. Participated in or performed nearly a thousand cases of liver transplants and served as the leader of the liver transplantation ward. Zhongshan Hospital has completed a large number of liver transplants with extensive difficulty[43].

Capable of performing liver transplantation.

 

FDDX-ZS009 He Yifeng, Male.

Personal profile: Attending physician of liver tumor surgery

Specializes in the perioperative treatment of liver transplant[44].

 

FDDX-ZS010 Sun Jian, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Liver Tumor Surgery

Specializes in liver transplantation[45].

 

FDDX-ZS011 Xu Yang, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician, Associate Professor.

In 2001, he went to the Liver Transplant Center of Queen Mary Hospital of the University of Hong Kong to engage in liver transplantation and liver cancer clinical and basic research.

Mainly engaged in liver surgery and liver transplantation. Participated in more than 300 cases of liver transplant[46]. He specializes in liver transplants.

 

FDDX-ZS012 Shen Zaozuo, Male.

Personal profile: Attending physician of liver cancer surgery and specializes in liver transplants[47].

 

FDDX-ZS013 Shi Guoming, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Liver Cancer Surgery

Specializes in liver transplantation[48].

 

FDDX-ZS014 Wang Zheng, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Liver Cancer Surgery

Specializes in liver transplantation[49].

 

FDDX-ZS015 Sun Qiman, Male.

Personal profile: Attending physician of liver cancer surgery and specializes in liver transplants[50].

 

FDDX-ZS016 Xiao Yongsheng, Male.

Personal profile: Liver Cancer surgery and specializes in liver transplants[51].

 

FDDX-ZS017 Zhu Tongyu, Male. Date of birth: 1966.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician of Urology, Doctor of Medicine, PhD supervisor. Deputy Dean of Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University and Dean of Qingpu Branch, Director of Shanghai Key Laboratory of Organ Transplantation. Specializes in kidney transplantation. Currently serving as a member of the Chinese Medical Association Organ Transplant Branch and deputy head of the Kidney Transplantation Group, and a deputy chairman of the Shanghai Medical Association Organ Transplant Branch.

Graduated from Qingdao Medical College with a major in clinical medicine in 1989 and graduated from the Graduate School of Shanghai Medical University in 1994 with a doctorate in surgery. From 1999 to 2000, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hong Kong School of Medicine.

Engaged in kidney transplantation for more than 20 years[52]. For many years, he has mainly engaged in clinical and basic research in urology and kidney transplantation[53].

 

FDDX-ZS018 Rong Ruiming, Male. Date of birth: 1969.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Urology.

Graduated from the former Department of Medicine of Shanghai Medical University in July 1993 and received his doctorate from the Graduate School of former Shanghai Medical University in 2000.

Mainly engaged in the clinical and basic research and operation of kidney transplantation, the treatment of complications such as postoperative rejection and infection, and the adjustment of immunosuppressive drugs[54].

 

FDDX-ZS019 Lin Zongming, Male. Date of birth: 1957.

Personal profile: chief physician and professor of urology. Currently served as the deputy director of the Institute of Urology, Fudan University, deputy director of the Department of Surgery, Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University.

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University with a bachelor's degree in 1985, received a master's degree from Shanghai Medical University in 1995, and graduated from Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University with a doctorate in 2001.

Further studied at the University of Montreal, Canada, and was engaged in organ transplantation models from June 1996 to September 1997.

Capable of performing kidney transplantation. Major research direction: kidney transplantation[55].

 

FDDX-ZS020 Xu Ming, Male. Date of birth: 1968.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician and Associate Professor of Urology.

Graduated from the former Department of Medicine of Shanghai Medical University in July 1992, graduated from the Graduate School of Shanghai Medical University in 1997, and have been working in the Department of Urology in Zhongshan Hospital since 1997.

Independently completed major operations such as allogeneic kidney transplantation[56].

 

FDDX-ZS021 Sun Li-An, Male. Date of birth: 1963.

Personal Profile: Associate Professor of Urology.

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University in 1987 with a degree in clinical medicine. Further studied intracavitary urology at the Minimally Invasive Surgery Center of the First Hospital of Guangzhou Medical College from April to June 1998.

From November 2002 to March 2003, studied laparoscopic techniques at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

Being Capable of performing kidney transplants[57]

 

FDDX-ZS022 Guo Jianming, Male. Date of birth: 1967.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician of Urology, Professor.

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University with a doctorate degree in medicine, supervised by Prof. Zhang Yongkang and Prof. Wang Guomin. He has been engaged in clinical Urology of Zhongshan Hospital since then, and successively served as a resident, attending physician and associate chief physician in urology.

Capable of performing major surgeries such as kidney transplantation[58].

 

FDDX-ZS023 Zhang Li, Male. Date of birth: 1964.

Personal Profile: Associate Professor of Urology.

Graduated from the former Shanghai Medical University Medical Department in June 1988, has been working in the urology department of Zhongshan Hospital since graduation.

Capable of performing common urological procedures independently, including allogeneic kidney transplantation and extensive urological procedures[59].

 

FDDX-ZS024 Xu Zhibing, Male. Date of birth: 1971.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Urology, Associate Professor.

Graduated from clinical medicine at Shanghai Medical University in 1994 and received his MD degree from Fudan University in 2001.

Further studied in Singapore Central Hospital Urology Center in 2004.

Capable of performing major surgeries such as kidney transplantation[60].

 

FDDX-ZS025 Jiang Jingen, Male.

Personal Profile: Professor of Nephrology. Director of the Department of Science and Education.

Graduated from the Department of Medicine of Fudan University Medical College (formerly Shanghai First Medical College, later Shanghai Medical University) in 1969. After graduation, he stayed to work in Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University Medical College (formerly Shanghai Medical University) till now. He is a mentor for master's students. Served as a manager for internal medicine of kidney transplantation since 1988.

He has been working in nephrology, especially in charge of renal transplantation for 12 years, and he does daily checkups and has treated about 400 renal transplant patients[61].

 

FDDX-ZS026 Zheng Ruheng, Male. Date of birth: July 1952.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician of Thoracic Surgery, Professor.

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University in 1978.

In 2004, he went to Washington University Barnes Jewish Hospital (National Lung Transplant Center) for further study.

He has served as Deputy Director of Thoracic Surgery (presided over the work) and head of the lung transplantation team at Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University. 

He led the lung transplant team and completed the first lung transplant in September 2004[62].

 

FDDX-ZS027 Tan Lijie, Male.

Personal Profile: Deputy Director of Thoracic Surgery, Chief Physician.

Graduated from the Department of Medicine of the former Shanghai Medical University in 1993 and received his PhD degree in 2001.

In 2003, he went to Washington University Medical Center Barnes-Jewish Hospital to study lung transplantation and new techniques in thoracic surgery under the supervision of renowned thoracic surgeons JD Cooper and Prof. GA Patterson.

After returning to China in 2004, as the main operator, he completed the first lung transplant at Fudan University[63].

 

FDDX-ZS028 Fan Hong, Male. Member of the Chinese Communist Party.

Personal Profile: Deputy Chief Physician of Thoracic Surgery, Associate Professor.

Graduated from the Department of Medicine of the former Shanghai Medical University in 1993 and practiced clinical work in the Thoracic Surgery of the Shanghai Zhongshan Hospital, where he was promoted to Attending Physician in 1998 and Associate Chief of Thoracic Surgery in 2007. He was awarded as an Excellent Member Communist Party of Zhongshan Hospital in 2008. 

In 2007, as a visiting scholar, he went to Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard Medical School, USA, under the supervision of Professor Douglas J. Mathisen, a famous thoracic surgeon.

As one of the main members, he participated in the first lung transplant in Zhongshan Hospital[64].

 

FDDX-ZS029 Ge Di, Male.

Personal Profile: Deputy Director of Thoracic Surgery, Chief Physician

In 2004, he studied lung transplantation and other clinical work in thoracic surgery under the supervision of Professor Patterson, a renowned lung transplant specialist at Thoracic Surgery of Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Medical Center of University of Washington, USA.

In recent years, he started to carry out clinical work in lung transplantation[65].

 

FDDX-ZS030 Xu Zhenglang, Male.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Thoracic Surgery.

Currently conducting research work in lung transplantation[66].

 

FDDX-ZS031 Jiang Wei, Male. Date of Birth: October 29, 1974.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Thoracic Surgery

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University in 1993 and has been working in the Department of Thoracic Surgery at Zhongshan Hospital since 2000, after graduation with a master’s degree.

Involved in preliminary research on lung transplantation and participated in clinical work since then[67].

 

FDDX-ZS032 Wang Chunsheng, Male. Date of birth: 1964.

Personal Profile: Director of Cardiac Surgery, Deputy Director of Fudan University Organ Transplant Center, Deputy Director of Shanghai Medical Association Organ Transplant Branch. Specialist of the Clinical Application Committee of Human Organ Transplantation Technology of the Ministry of Health. Served as the editorial board of several authoritative journals including the Chinese Journal of Organ Transplantation.

Further study in the University of Minnesota, the USA from 1994 to 1995. Prof. Wang Chunsheng is the most famous heart transplantation expert in China and the lead developer of the technical specification and access system of heart transplantation in China.

Completed more than 250 cases of heart transplants, which is the number 1 in China. Currently, he carries out 30 to 40 cases of heart transplants per year[68].

 

FDDX-ZS033 Hu Kejian, Male.

Personal Profile: Deputy Chief Technologist of Cardiac Surgery

Participated in completing 50 cases of heart transplants and 9 cases of liver transplants[69].

 

FDDX-ZS034 Wang Yuqi, Male. Date of birth: 1947. Member of the Chinese Communist Party.

Personal Profile: Director of Institute of Vascular Surgery, Professor. Director of the Qingpu Branch of Zhongshan Hospital.

Graduated from China (Union) Medical University in 1970, post-graduated from Shanghai First Medical College with a master's degree in 1982. Served as Vice President and Executive Vice President of Zhongshan Hospital, Shanghai Medical University.

From 1986 to 1989, further studied Vascular Surgery at Austin Hospital, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Managed and participated in heart transplantation and liver transplantation[70].

 

FDDX-ZS035 Chen Hao, Male.

Personal Profile: Chief Physician of Cardiac Surgery, Associate Professor.

Graduated from the Department of Medicine of Shanghai Medical University in 1989. After graduation, he has been practicing clinical work in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at Shanghai Zhongshan Hospital and Shanghai Cardiovascular Institute, successively served as a resident, attending physician and associate chief physician of cardiac surgery.

In the first half of 1998, sponsored by Sun Yat-sen Hospital, went to the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Starr -Wood Heart Surgery Center in the United States, where he mainly studied heart transplantation and coronary artery bypass surgery.

Has completed 70 cases of heart transplants and 2 cases of heart-lung surgeries[71].

Mainly specializes in the perioperative management of heart transplantation.

 

FDDX-ZS036 Yang Shouguo, Male. Date of birth: February 1976.

Personal Profile: Associate Chief Physician of Cardiac Surgery

Graduated from Shanghai Medical University with a master's degree in clinical medicine in 2000, received a doctorate in surgery from Fudan University in 2012. Served as an attending physician in cardiac surgery from 2004 to 2011, and as an associate chief physician in cardiac surgery from 2011 to the present. 

From September 2006 to September 2007, as a postdoctoral fellow in cardiac surgery at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Medical Center, USA, conducted research on heart transplantation.

Specializes in heart transplantation for advanced heart disease[72].

 

 

Reference

[1]Special Edition: The Evidence Collected by World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong on Removing Organs from Live Falun Gong Practitioners, World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. Retrieved from http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/46728#_Toc366574832  

[1] Website of World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. September 11, 2013. Collection of Evidence of Live Organ Harvesting from Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese Communist Party.

http://www.upholdjustice.org/node/241  (English version)

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/46728#_Toc366574832 (Chinese version)

[2]Annex 1: the list of the hospitals that have passed the examination of board of clinic application of human organs transplant technology of the Ministry of Health. (2007, Aug. 6). the Notice of Ministry of Health on carrying out correctly the registration of clinic subjects of human organs transplantation. Website of National Health and Family Planning Commission. Retrieved from http://www.moh.gov.cn/mohyzs/s3585/200804/18974.shtml 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/400.png 

[3]Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University. Retrieved from http://www.91985.com/jibing/xiaochuan/yiyuan.asp?id=116 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/45.png

[4]Qin Xinyu, Qin Jing, Jin Yaping, Rong Zhaijun. (Aug. 2006). Knowledge and Practice of the Management of Medical Security. China’s Hospital. Vol. 10, No. 08. Retrieved from http://metrc.smu.edu.cn:81/userfiles/files/SpecialistLibrary/FudanUnive… 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/405.pdf

[5] Introduction of Organ Transplant Center, Fudan University. Retrieved from http://web.archive.org/web/20070706201059/http://www.transplantation.co…

[6]Anniversary Special Edition, (Sep. 22, 2007). Fudan University Affiliated Zhongshan Hospital. Zhongshan Hospital News Paper. Vol. 184. Retrieved from http://www.zs-hospital.sh.cn/newseveryday/zs_yb/2007-14/1.pdf 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/407.pdf

[7]Website of World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. September 11, 2013. Collection of Evidence of Live Organ Harvesting from Falun Gong Practitioners by the Chinese Communist Party.

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/46728#_Toc366574832(Chinese version) http://www.upholdjustice.org/node/241  (English version)

[8]WOIPFG. “World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) Report: The Chinese Communist Regime Continues Its Campaign of Forced Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners”. November 27, 2015.

[9]WOIPFG. “World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) Report: The Chinese Communist Regime Continues Its Campaign of Forced Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners”. November 27, 2015.

[10] WOIPFG Releases the List of 2,096 Medical Personnel in 103 Chinese Military and Armed Police Force Hospitals Suspected of Harvesting Organs from Living Falun Gong Practitioners. October 28, 2014 (Updated on July 10, 2016)

Retrieved from 

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/45100  (Chinese Version)

 http://www.upholdjustice.org/node/282  (English Version)

[11]Website, "Guide to Chinese Famous Doctors" Brief Introduction of Fan Jia 

Retrieved from http://www.top10dr.com/mingyi/201205/infos113.html  

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/589.pdf 

[12]Website, news.sina.com, "Fan Jia: The Director of Liver Surgery with Mystery" under the column of "People" Magazine. October 21, 2005.

http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2005-10-21/12228075581.shtml (not accessible)

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/590.png  

[13]Website, wenku.baidu.com, Liver Cancer Specialists.

http://wenku.baidu.com/view/2028015f3b3567ec102d8a63.html

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/591.pdf

[14]2012 My Favorite Health Guardian polls. 

Retrieved from http://news.fudan.edu.cn/announce/?announceid=441 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/592.pdf

[15] Zhongshan Hospital Newspaper: "Only by putting patients first can he be an excellent 'Health Guardian’". Interview with Professor Fan Jia, the winner of the 2012 National Top Ten "My Favorite Health Guardian".

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/sites/default/files/report/2015/59389_595.p…

[16] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Zhou Jian.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLBTYVYj3KCctdxdDa.htm

[17]Website, baby.sina.com.cn, Profile of Huang Xiaowu.

http://qiuyi.baby.sina.com.cn/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLBTWZXlFq-tVG1BZ1.htm

[18]Website, baby.sina.com.cn, Personal Profile of Qiu Shuangjian. http://qiuyi.baby.sina.com.cn/doctor/DE4r08xQdKSLBTYVRCI6Imj3t-5V.htm  

[19]Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Huang Cheng. http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0Fy0C9LuSRVx7bru6w7rGNzFx56fU.htm

[20]Website, baby.sina.com.cn, Profile of Shi Yinghong.

http://qiuyi.baby.sina.com.cn/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzdFg0x2p3cdu-554j7S.htm 

[21] Introduction of Organ Transplantation Center, Fudan University. 

Retrieved from https://web.archive.org/web/20070706201059/http://www.transplantation.com.cn/About.Asp

[22] 70 Anniversary special issue, the Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University. (Sep. 22, 2007). Zhongshan Hospital News. Retrieved from http://www.zs-hospital.sh.cn/newseveryday/zs_yb/2007-14/1.pdf 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/407.pdf

[23]Website, "Fudan University Organ Transplant Center", Introduction

http://www.transplantation.com.cn/Kidney.Asp 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/588.png

[24] Website of World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. July 15, 2016. WOIPFG’s Latest Investigation Results: in the Name of “Organ Donation”, CCP Continues to Harvest Organs from a Large Number of Living Falun Gong Practitioners.

https://www.zhuichaguoji.org/node/67047 (Chinese Version)

http://www.upholdjustice.org/node/358 (English Version)

[25] Website of World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. July 20, 2020. An Overview of WOIPFG Investigation into the Current Status of the CCP's Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in the First Half of 2020.

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

[26] Website of World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong. July 20, 2020. An Overview of WOIPFG Investigation into the Current Status of the CCP's Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in the First Half of 2020.

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

[27]Website, "Fudan University Organ Transplant Center", Introduction

https://web.archive.org/web/20140724131209/http://transplantation.com.c…

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/406.png

[28]Website, "Fudan University Organ Transplant Center", Introduction

https://web.archive.org/web/20070706201059/http://www.transplantation.com.cn/About.Asp

[29] 70 Anniversary special issue, the Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University. (Sep. 22, 2007). Zhongshan Hospital News. Retrieved from http://www.zs-hospital.sh.cn/newseveryday/zs_yb/2007-14/1.pdf 

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/407.pdf

[30] Kidney Transplant Department, Organ Transplantation Center of Fudan University. 

Retrieved from http://www.transplantation.com.cn/Kidney.Asp

WOIPFG Archived Link:

http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/nationalcriminalreports/587.png

[31]  CHINESE JOURNAL OF TRANSPLANATION(ELECTRONIC VERSION))

Yang Shouguo, Wang Chunsheng, Chen Hao, Hong Tao, Hu Kejian, Zhuang Yamin, Lin Yi and Yang Zhaohua, “Long-term results of 298 cases of orthotopic heart transplantations: a single-center experience”. Chinese J Transplantation (Electronic Version) May 2011, Vol 5 No 2. Pages 10-14. (Department of Cardiac Surgery, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Fudan University Organ Transplantation Center, Shanghai, 200032, China).

WOIPFG Archived Link:

 http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/medicalarticles/79.pdf

[32]  CHINESE JOURNAL OF TRANSPLANATION(ELECTRONIC VERSION))

Yang Shouguo, Wang Chunsheng, Chen Hao, Hong Tao, Hu Kejian, Zhuang Yamin, Lin Yi and Yang Zhaohua, “Long-term results of 298 cases of orthotropic heart transplantations: a single center experience”. Chinese J Transplantation (Electronic Version) May 2011, Vol 5 No 2. Pages 10-14. (Department of Cardiac Surgery, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Fudan University Organ Transplantation Center, Shanghai, 200032, China).

WOIPFG Archived Link:

 http://www.zhuichaguoji.org/cn/images/medicalarticles/79.pdf

[33]Website, www.baike.baidu.com, Profile of Fan Jia.

 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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 https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E6%A8%8A%E5%98%89/5496737

https://archive.is/wip/Qg8DS

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[59] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[60] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[61] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[62] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[63] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

[71] Website, haodf.com (Good Doctors Online), Profile of Dr. Xu Yang.

http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

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http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20140419183621/http://www.haodf.com/doctor/DE4r0BCkuHzduGXHPTamHsBZYJwWN.htm