Human organ protection from robbery syndicate

Human organ protection from robbery syndicate

Manila : Philippines | Feb 06, 2013 at 2:22 AM PST
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Human organ protection from robbery syndicate


Alfredo B. Ancheta

Anchor of Allvoices


Have you heard about cases of human organ robbery? Watch out, the next to be robbed out of vital organs might be your own cadaver!

In the Philippines like in other countries, scooped news pieces, stories about human organ robberies are not imagined or fictions, they are scary facts and realities. These are realities that explicitly suggest the extent of medical technology and procedures that have developed and evolved yet, still developing. Nevertheless, it is deplorable that such technologies and processes are now being used to rob anybody's organs at the hour of death.

There are highly technical ended instruments used in human organ robbery syndicates everybody has to take notice about when relative patients are confined in big hospitals in metropolitan cities like Manila, New Delhi, New York and in other large and sophisticated cities in the world.

Probably, the threats of organ thief against toxic patients are built-in syndicates in hospitals that possess the technology needed to perpetrate such dirty acts of organ robberies.

It is not the motive of this writing to divulge the hospitals in which these inhuman acts have been committed and who the victims were, but to articulate and inform everyone that these offenses are increasingly committed in the Philippines.

Rules & regulations and laws are on the waiting which aim to provide protection of the cadaver from being physically desecrated, mutilated and organically been robbed of its vital organs.

dhreff is based in Olongapo, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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