Round table discussion on June 9, 2022
Sixteen years ago, the international community was made aware of forced organ harvesting from living prisoners of conscience or the intentional killing of people for their organs. This is an abuse of the medical profession, a violation of ethical standards in medicine, and a criminal practice.
As inconvenient as it might be to confront and take actions to address this issue, in order to uphold the reputation of the medical profession, all medical professionals must now act against this abuse. Silence and inaction, hoping that the issue will resolve on its own, is analogous to knowing there is a cancer and hoping it will dissolve on its own.
The most professional approach for the medical community is to diagnose the issue and then treat it. If a small group of medical professionals commit crimes against humanity, medical doctors everywhere need to inform themselves and act.
The webinar will present a roundtable discussion on this topic, provide a review of the evidence that has been gathered in the past, update the audience about the latest research, and discuss the next steps of action to stop forced organ harvesting. The purpose is to educate medical professionals and equip them with data and knowledge so as to lay a path forward toward ending the abuse that is forced organ harvesting.
There will be a question and answer session, and the organizers ask the participating audience to send their questions to email@example.com. Questions will be accepted until the roundtable ends.
You can watch the first event live on this page or on NTD.com