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Tuesday 23rd August / presented by Kylie Sturgess

Recently published research by author Ethan Gutmann, former Canadian politician David Kilgour and lawyer David Matas claims China is performing between 60,000 and 100,000 organ transplants a year.

They say this cannot be explained by China’s fledgling program for voluntary organ donors.

Hard To Believe is a documentary that explores the issues surrounding China’s organ transplant industry and RTRFM reporter Kylie Sturgess spoke to Ethan Gutmann, a human-rights investigator and author who is profiled in the piece.

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