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Investigation Report on the Suspected Participation of Beijing You An Hospital at Capital Medical University and its Liable Employees in the Crime of Live Organ Harvesting

April 11, 2021

Hospital: Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University

Address: No.8, Xi Tou Tiao, You Anmen wai, Fengtai District, Beijing

 

Foreword

The hepatobiliary surgery clinic has developed into the largest liver transplant center in Beijing, and the actual number of liver transplants should be much higher than the one officially announced. The wait time for organs is ultra-short, and the physicians in the telephone survey answered, "They may be able to do it as soon as you come, there are five liver transplant groups, they can operate two or three hundred cases a year, and the beds are full". Given, the general context of the CCP's state crime of organ harvesting, the hospital is suspected of participating in the crime of organ harvesting of living Falun Gong practitioners.

 

Hospital Overview

Beijing You An Hospital is the affiliated hospital of Capital Medical University and the ninth clinical medical school, is a tertiary level-A hospital of the Ministry of Health, and is a large general specialty hospital serving the population with infectious and contagious diseases. The hospital located in an area of more than 50,000 square meters, with a construction area of more than 40,000 square meters. There are 550 beds available (750 beds available after renovation). Hospital technical support is strong, and eighty percent of the staff members are professional and technicians, more than 100 people have senior titles, and there are more than 100 graduate students and nearly 30 doctoral / master's degree supervisors[1].

 

I. Beijing You An Hospital (National Liver Transplant Center) is the largest hospital of clinical hepatology in China

Beijing You An Hospital is the largest clinical specialty hospital for hepatobiliary diseases in China[2]. The liver transplant center was established in 2003, including Liver Transplant Collaboration Center with the Starzl Organ Transplant Center of the University of Pittsburgh. Professor Zhu Yue and Professor Yan Lunan of the Liver Transplant Center of West China Hospital are the honorary directors. The collaborative relationships with more than ten renowned liver transplant centers in China were established as well[3]. The number of liver transplant cases completed each year has reached the leading level in China[4].

 

II.  higher than the one officially announced Many liver transplant surgeons and the actual number of liver transplants completed should be much

The Center established collaborative relationships with more than a dozen well-known domestic and liver transplant Centers with 22 doctors, 44 nurses, (including three senior titles, four deputy senior titles, six intermediate grade). In June 2014, Zang Yunjin, the Director of Armed Police General Hospital, joined the You An medical team, and Zang Yunjin was tapped to build a first-class liver transplant center in Beijing.[5]

Li Ning, the President of You An Hospital, claimed the hospital had reached the highest success rate of liver transplant surgery in Beijing[6]. The hospital website said that he operated more than 200 cases of liver transplantation in ten years (obviously these are tampered figures). Other sources show that he "performed more than 500 cases of liver transplants, Chinese doctors Prize winner, Li Ning" which may more accurately reflect the real number[7].

The hospital's official website states that more than 500 large and medium-sized routine hepatobiliary, pancreatic and splenic surgeries were completed each year, including 60-80 liver transplants[8]. Wang Menglong, deputy director of the liver transplant center, who is the one of the lead surgeons among the five transplant teams. The hospital's official website currently shows that Wang Menglong personally performed about 200 cases of various large and medium-sized surgeries, including liver resection each year, and has completed more than 800 cases of liver transplants across the entire country[9].

 

III. Telephone investigation: The surgery may get done once the patient arrives, there are five liver transplant teams, 200 to 300 cases can be done each year, the beds are fully occupied

Investigation Recording 2015

Date: October 9, 2015

Subject(s): A Doctor on duty, Liver Transplant, You An Hospital, Beijing

Summary: “When waiting for liver donors, if it is quick, the operation can be done as soon as the patient arrives.  If it is slow, it may take one or two weeks. It wouldn’t take very long.” "During October 1st holiday season, we did 5 liver transplants. The quality of the donor is not a problem, as we extracted them all ourselves.

(Recording. Download: MP3; Translation Download: in progress)[10]

 

Investigation Recording 2017

Date: September 10, 2017

Subject(s):  A Doctor in patient services at Liver Transplant, You An Hospital, Beijing

Summary: “To wait for a liver transplant, if it is fast, it could be done in one or two weeks. About one hundred operations can be done each year.”[11]

(Recording. Download: MP3; Translation Download: in progress)

 

Investigation Recording 2019-058

Date: June 24, 2019(+86-13693686031)

Subject(s): Li Chuanyun, Associate Chief Physician, Liver Transplant, Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University[12]

Summary: If you get registered on the waiting list tomorrow, you may obtain a liver source as soon as tomorrow if lucky, or you may get nothing even in the next several days, perhaps if you get registered tomorrow, you’ll get the surgery done the day after.

(Recording 058. Download: MP3; Translation Download: pdf 058)

 

Investigation Recording 2019-059

Date: June 24, 2019(+86-13911567814)

Subject(s): Doctor Zhang Zhen, Liver Transplant Center, Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University[13]

Summary: Generally, it can be done in one month, and in some cases, it can be done in just a few days!

(Recording 059. Download: MP3; Translation Download: pdf 059)

 

Investigation Recording 2019-183

Date: December 16, 2019 (+86-1083997175)

Subject(s): Nurse, Liver Transplant Inpatient Service, Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University

Summary: In the liver transplant center, there is not just one, but a few directors. How many we have done this year; I do not have that number. What I can tell you is that we can do the surgery.

(Recording 183. Download: MP3; Translation Download: pdf 183)

 

Investigation Recording 2019-042

Date: April 17, 2019 (+86-10-839971770)

Subject (s): Nurse, Hepatobiliary Surgery Inpatient Service, Beijing You An Hospital

Summary: Director Wang Menglong is from the Second Laboratory of Hepatobiliary Surgery. He does liver transplants as the lead surgeon. Inpatient service is currently full. You have to ask for him.

(Recording 042. Download: MP3; Translation Download: pdf 042)

 

Investigation Recording 2019-058

Date: June 24, 2019(+86-13693686031)

Subject(s): Li Chuanyun, Associate Chief Physician, Liver Transplant, Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University[14]

Summary: I’m the lead surgeon and the director. Wang Menglong is in another team of our division. He has one team; I have another team. We have a total of five teams.

(Recording 058. Download: MP3; Translation Download: pdf 058)

 

IV. Key Responsible Persons

           

BJYA001 Lu Shichun, male. Date of Birth: 1962[7].

Personal Profile: Prof. Lu Shichun of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Director of Liver Transplantation Center. A member of the International Society of Liver Transplantation, the International Society of Gastroenterology and Surgery, the Liver Transplantation Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, and a member of the editorial board of eight journals including the Chinese Journal of Organ Transplantation, the Chinese Journal of Gastroenterology and Surgery, and the Chinese Journal of Hepatobiliary Surgery.        

He graduated from Chongqing Medical University in 1984 and received his master’s degree in Surgery from West China Medical University in 1987. In April 2004, he was transferred to Beijing You An Hospital, where he established the Liver Transplantation Center of Beijing You An Hospital of Capital Medical University/China-US Liver Transplantation Collaboration Center, and at the end of 2013, he was transferred to Beijing 301 Hospital as the Director of Hepatobiliary Hospital.  

He studied in Germany from 1992 to 1995 and received his PhD in abdominal surgery and organ transplantation from the Federal University of Freiburg, Germany. In 2002, he went to the University of Pittsburgh, USA to study clinical liver transplantation at the Institute of Organ Transplantation.   

During the past 10 years since its establishment, he performed more than 700 liver transplants (including living liver transplants) [8].

 

BJYA002 Li Ning, male.       

Personal Profile: Chief Physician, Professor and Director of Hepatobiliary Surgery. He is a member of the Sixth Committee of the Chinese Medical Association's Organ Transplantation Branch; the Fifth Committee of the Beijing Medical Branch's Organ Transplantation Branch.          

He graduated from the Medical Department of Capital Medical University in 1982 and was assigned to the Department of General Surgery of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, Capital Medical University in the same year, where he served as a resident, attending physician, deputy chief physician, chief physician, professor, and supervisor of graduate students. He focuses on clinical and basic research in hepatic, biliary and pancreatic surgery, surgical critical care, and liver transplantation. In May 2006, he joined Beijing You An Hospital of Capital Medical University.   

From 1998 to 1999, he went to the University of Chicago School of Medicine, University of Denver School of Medicine and Austin Hospital National Liver Transplant Center in Melbourne, Australia to study and learn clinical liver transplantation. 

In 1999, as the director of the Liver Transplantation Center of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, he was the first one to carry out systematic clinical and basic research and practice of liver transplantation in the Beijing area. He has performed more than 500 clinical liver transplantation cases last decade[9].      

 

BJYA003 Wang Menglong, male. Place of birth: Wuhan[10].           

He is currently the Deputy Director of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation Center of Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University, and the Deputy Director of China-US Liver Transplantation Collaboration Center.

He studied and worked at the Third Military Medical University in Chongqing, the Second Military Medical University in Shanghai, the First Military Medical University in Guangzhou and the 200th Hospital of Guangxi Military Region. In November 2004, he transferred to You An Hospital from the Southern Hospital of the First Military Medical University in Guangzhou, China[11].   

In 2004, he studied at the Thomas E Starzl Transplantation Institute at Pittsburgh for three months

He has been engaged in basic and clinical hepatobiliary surgery for 25 years and basic and clinical practice of liver transplantation for 16 years. He has performed more than 250 liver transplants throughout China[12].

Expertise in Liver transplantation: classical and backpack liver transplantation for various end-stage liver diseases or fulminant liver failure, living liver transplantation, secondary liver transplantation and complex liver transplantation for high-risk patients or difficult liver transplantation, donor liver resection, perioperative management, and postoperative follow-up.

 

BJYA004 Wu Jushan, male.  

Personal Profile: Deputy Chief Physician of Hepatobiliary Surgery

He graduated from Hebei Medical University in 1996 with a major in clinical medicine and received his master's degree in surgery from Capital Medical University in 2006.

He has participated in performing more than nine hundred cases of liver transplant donor and recipient surgery[13].      

Liver transplantation treatment for acute and chronic liver failure.

 

BJYA005 Guo Qingliang, male. Date of birth: 1971.

Personal Profile: Deputy Chief Physician of Hepatobiliary Surgery

He graduated from Hebei Medical University in 1995 with a major in clinical medicine and received his master's degree in surgery from Capital Medical University in 2006. He is now working in the General Surgery Center of Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University.               

He has been engaged in clinical hepatobiliary surgery and liver transplants for 16 years. Since 2003, she has participated in performing liver transplants and perioperative management of more than 300 cases[14].

           

BJYA006 Zeng Daobing, male.         

Profile: Associate Chief Physician, Doctor of General Surgery       

He studied and conducted research under Professor Lu Shichun. He has engaged in clinical general surgery and hepatobiliary surgery, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of liver transplantation.                  

He participated in more than 200 liver transplantation cases, independently completed more than 150 cases of donor liver extraction and more than 200 cases of donor liver revision[15].   

He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of liver transplantation.

 

BJYA007 Li Chuan Yun, male. Date of birth: 1970.

Personal Profile: Chief physician of hepatobiliary surgery                           

He participated in performing more than 500 cases of various liver transplants[16]

He specializes in liver transplantation.

 

BJYA008 Duan Binwei, male.          

Personal Profile: Attending physician of hepatobiliary surgery, lecturer     

From 2007 to 2010, he served as a resident in the Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery at Beijing University Cancer Hospital, where he mastered the comprehensive treatment of hepatobiliary and pancreatic tumors.  At the beginning of 2010, he was engaged in clinical and basic research in hepatic, biliary and pancreatic surgery under Professor Lu Shichun.

He specializes in the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases mainly by surgical treatment. He independently performed and participated in more than 150 large and medium-sized surgeries every year[17]. He also performed liver transplantation for various end-stage liver diseases.

 

BJYA009 Wang Lu, male.     

Personal profile: Deputy Chief Physician of Hepatobiliary Surgery, a member of Beijing Medical Association Organ Transplantation Committee, Secretary of Beijing Physicians Association Organ Transplantation Expert Committee.    

He graduated from Capital Medical University.                   

He has been engaged in perioperative treatment of liver transplantation since 2005, and is mainly responsible for perioperative and postoperative follow-up treatment of liver transplantation with the focus on anti-rejection[18].

           

BJYA010 Ma Chao, male.     

Personal profile: A resident of Liver Transplantation Center                                   

Specialized in liver transplantation disease treatment[19].      

 

BJYA011 Zhu Yue, male.      

Personal profile: Professor of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Director of China-US Liver Transplant Collaboration Center (US), Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University, and a member of International Society for Organ Transplantation.          

He graduated from Fudan University School of Medicine (formerly Shanghai Medical University, Ministry of Health) in 1970 and received his M.S. degree from Xi'an Jiaotong University (formerly Xi'an Medical University, Ministry of Health) in 1982.       

From 1987 to 1988, he was a clinical instructor of surgery at the University of California Davis School of Medicine, and from 1988 to 2005, he was an assistant professor of surgery and director of the Large Animal Research Center at the University of Pittsburgh Organ Transplantation Institute.   

He has long been involved in clinical and basic research in liver transplantation[20].

 

BJYA012 Xia Ren Pin, male.

Personal profile: Chief physician of hepatobiliary surgery   

He obtained medical doctor degree from West China University of Medical Sciences in 1998.     

From March of 1999 to July of 2003, he studied at Hokkaido University in Japan and Harvard University in the United States, where he systematically mastered the diagnosis and treatment of hepatobiliary diseases and transplantation techniques.    

He participated in more than 200 cadaveric liver transplants and more than 30 live liver transplants[21].    

           

BJYA013 Liu Yuan, male.    

Personal profile: Attending Physician, Hepatobiliary Surgery                                 

Specialized in liver transplants[22].     

 

BJYA014 Lai Wei, male. Date of birth: 1972.          

Personal profile: Deputy Chief Physician of Hepatobiliary Surgery

He graduated from West China Medical University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Medicine degree and worked at the Second People's Hospital of Chengdu from 1997 to 2001. He graduated from West China Clinical Medical College/ West China Hospital of Sichuan University with a Master's degree in Surgery in 2004. He graduated from West China Clinical Medical College/ West China Hospital of Sichuan University with a Doctorate degree in Surgery in 2007. From 2007 to present, he has worked at the Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation Center of Capital Medical University He has been working in the Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation Center of You An Hospital, and served as a resident, chief resident, attending physician and deputy chief physician.                   

He has been engaged in clinical and research work in hepatobiliary surgery and liver transplantation[23].

 

BJYA015 Zhang Jinguang, male.      

Personal profile: Chief physician of hepatobiliary surgery, chief physician of liver transplantation center. Chief physician of Sino-US Liver Transplantation Collaborative Center    

He has been engaged in clinical, teaching and research work of hepatobiliary surgery, general surgery, oncology surgery and transplantation in the large tertiary level-A hospitals. He has obtained the following titles: resident, attending physician, deputy chief physician, and chief physician.               

For nearly 30 years, he has been engaged in clinical, teaching and research work in transplantation[24].    

 

BJYA016 Liu Jing, female.   

Personal Profile: Chief Urologist                              

She Engaged in preoperative diagnosis and treatment of allogeneic and blood related kidney transplantation, combined pancreas-kidney transplantation, islet transplantation preoperative diagnosis and treatment; liver programmed pathology and clinical correlation study[25]; Post-operative management of liver and kidney transplantation.  She is dedicated providing long-term survival of patients after organ transplantation.

 

BJYA017 Lin Dongdong, male. Date of birth: December 1971. joined the CCP in June 2005[26].  

Personal profile: Associate Chief Physician of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Associate Professor, Administrative Deputy Director of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation Center, Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University.   

He graduated from Shandong Medical University in 1994 with a bachelor's degree and from Capital Medical University in 2003 with a doctorate degree in surgery, was promoted to chief physician in November 2011, and was awarded a master's degree in general surgery from Capital Medical University in December 2011.           

From July 2010 to January 2011, he was a visiting scholar at Starzl Research Institute of Organ Transplantation in United States.      

He has participated in more than 300 clinical liver transplants, more than 200 donor liver revisions, more than 50 diseased liver resections, and more than 50 liver transplants as the first assistant[27].     

He specializes in liver transplantation.

 

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