DAFOHDoctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (see also DAOH)
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Contact: Damon Noto, MD DAFOH Spokesperson Tel: +1-917-912-4858 Damon.
DAFOH statement on China's decision to cease recovering organs from executed prisoners.
For more information, go the DAFOH website: http://dafoh.
In its letter to the High Commissioner, DAFOH notes the growing international outcry against forced organ harvesting in China, as demonstrated by the overwhelming response to a petition circulated by the group over the last three years:
In 2012, 166,000 people signed the DAFOH petition to the UN High Commissioner.
In December 2013, delegates from DAFOH delivered a petition of 1.
This year, DAFOH collected 300,000 signatures for its 2014 petition.
5 million petitioners and DAFOH wish to turn the tide of silence on these crimes against humanity and see an end of this abuse.
A DAFOH delegation of doctors, and legal experts from three continents, will hand deliver the petitions to the OHCHR on Dec 9th and discuss further actions.
For further information please visit DAFOH web site at http://dafoh.