Bioethics News

First Kidney Traffickers Sentenced

(The Phnom Penh Post) – Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday delivered Cambodia’s first ever convictions for organ trafficking, sentencing two men and a woman to a combined 35 years in prison for sending their relatives to have their kidneys harvested in Thailand.

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