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China Bans Human Organ Trafficking

Amid allegations that they are harvesting the organs of executed prisoners, China is banning the sale of human organs starting May 1. What do you think?

  • "So long as my new pancreas is already in the mail, this doesn't affect me in the least."

    Raymond Shand
    Copy Editor
  • "This ban shows a shocking disregard for those of us who, having laid waste to our own bodies, wish to construct an entirely new one."

    Christopher Lincoln
    Postal Clerk
  • "Tell that to the thousands of people who already became murderers after receiving a killer's organ."

    Jessica Baillor
    Chemist
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