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    The imbalance of supply and demand of human organ transplanting is a global dilemma nowadays. According to the data from World Health Organization, the number of the patients who need transplant operations is 20 times of that of the donators, not including those who live on medication and wait for the operation. The huge market led to "black trade".


On 4th September 2012, a kidney seller was demonstrating the wound after an operation in Nepal.
    (Source From: news.163.com  Photo By: REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar)

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The local health official pointed out that about 150 villagers sold their kidneys out of poverty and ignorance of health. They went to the neighboring country India to sell the kidney at the price of around about 64,000 Nepalese rupees (about 4,600 yuan). Photo taken on 4th September 2012
(By REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar)

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On 29th April 2008, a kidney seller showed the scar from the operation in a ghetto in Manila Philippines.(By REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco)

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A Bangladesh woman called Shefali who was abandoned by her husband claimed that she would like to sell one of her eyes for the fact that she could not find a job to raise her daughter. Photo taken on 23th April 2005 (By Rafiquar Rahman)

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In Bengal, the law bans human organ sales, but the government acknowledges that donation of human organ to people except family members with a price. (By REUTERS/Rafiquar Rahman)

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On 2nd September 1999, a kidney sale dealer(middle) was interviewed by the media in Manila. (REUTERS/Erick de Castro EDC/TAN)

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Bajagal said that he sold his kidney of his own accord, but was cheated by the dealer and has not got any money from the sale. (By REUTERS/ Navesh Chitrakar)

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