Thursday, July 30, 2020


 The love of money is the root cause of all evils,When you first read it, it doesn’t seem that it could be true. It seems as if there are all kinds of things more evil then loving money. And on the surface it doesn’t seem that loving money could lead to all other kinds of evil.Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs.”


In most countries, the buying and selling of organs is illegal (e.g., Iran is the only country in the world where buying and selling an organ is legal but this exception only applies to its citizens). Conversely, there are few laws that restrict an individual from leaving one’s country to obtain an organ from someone abroad. In fact, there are many companies that cater to “transplant tourism” but purport to only match up recipients with donors who are willing.

Organ traffickers profit in the shadows, while their destructive medical footprint is the only thing that is felt. It leaves vulnerable populations,  “donors,” and first world beneficiaries, “recipients,” open to severe exploitation and a lifetime of health consequences.The most prominent organs that are traded illicitly are kidneys, with the World Health Organization (WHO) estimating that 10,000 kidneys are traded on the black market worldwide annually, or more than one every hour.There is no reliable data on organ trafficking, but the World Health Organization (2004) believed it to be steadily on the increase, with brokers charging wealthy recipients $100,000+ and giving impoverished donors as little as $1,000, both amounts in U.S. dollars. It is also estimated that 10% of the organ transplants done globally are completed using black market organs (Negri, 2016; United Nations, 2018). Cultural and religious customs ban or discourage some individuals from donating organs willingly or receiving post-mortem organ donations (World Health Organization, 2004). Illegal organ harvesting generally is not harvesting organs from willing donors going against cultural laws for the sake of philanthropy, but harvesting from unwilling or uninformed donors through exploitation of impoverished, indebted, homeless, uneducated, and refugee people (United Nations, 2018).


 Financial crisis or even debt is one of the major reason behind organ trafficking

 Unable to obtain an organ at home, patients from rich countries might choose to travel to developing countries, where they can buy the organ and have it transplanted. In the developing countries, organ brokers lure poor, uneducated individuals into selling their kidney through the promise of financial gain and a better future. Economic need drives most organ sellers, but in some cases  actual coercion is used. Such cross-border form of organ trafficking is known as “transplant tourism.”


  •  pain, 
  • spasms and pricking related to their well-healed surgical scar
  • tiredness,
  •  weakness, 
  • dizziness, 
  • inability to work,
  •  ‘half man syndrome’, a feeling of incompleteness, 
  • emptiness in abdomen and lack of sexual potency, with fear and anxiety about the remaining kidney if the kidneys are donated.
  •   high level of anxiety, hopelessness, insomnia, crying spells, loss of appetite and loss of peace.
  •   feelings of regret and shame 


  • Brokers or dealers who get paid high for this illegal activity so they force poor people to do it
  • Medical evil hands behind this huge trafficking even some patients are not even aware that their organ or tissue is being removed
  • The main  problem is a lack of willingness to enforce the law: While a legal prohibition may exist, governments often make little effort to stop the trade.
  •  Many people especially from donor side accept the selling of kidneys as a legitimate solution for the shortage of money.


  •  Legislative prohibitions ie; ultimately mean little without vigorous enforcement, which requires sustained pressure on government authorities. Since the organ trade ranks low in the latter’s priorities, it is the job of the medical community, civil society .

  • The social media should  raise voice against this and public awareness as well as demand action should be given  importance.

  •  Tough enforcement, alongside policies to encourage altruistic organ donation, will go a long way toward abolishing the organ trade.


A small advise please donate organs if you are healthy enough to the needed after your life, sometimes  a situation may arise where you have to donate an organ to your loved ones or fellow human beings please go ahead this article is not for you people. Please do not sell human organs worth it to the end .

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