Egypt Close Hospitals Involved In Human Organ Harvest

The Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt has clarified that all medical centres allegedly involved in organ harvesting and medical malpractices in the country were closed long time ago and their personnel have been prosecuted.

A recent report by the federal ministry of Health warned that
Nigerians travelling outside the country for medical attention should be careful due to the rising cases of illegal organ harvesting by some hospitals, the head of the press and information office, Embassy of Arab Republic of Egypt, Abuja, Mr Ahmed Maher, in a statement made available to LEADERSHIP Weekend yesterday, said that the Egyptian medical authorities and health care practitioners’ adhere to best international accreditation procedures and practices.

Maher said that according to information gathered, “No Nigerian
national was ever involved with those centers nor filed any complaint against any of them.”

He noted that in line with transparent, professional and constructive approach the Egyptian side has maintained, a list of the Egyptian certified medical centers and hospitals licensed to perform the kidney transplant operations.

The statement reads in part: “The centres allegedly involved in medical malpractices have been closed since a long time and their personnel have been prosecuted, which is an evidence of strict medical
oversight.

‘’The Egyptians medical authorities and health care adhere to the best international accreditation procedures and practices. It is a fact well-known by Nigerian health officials in which thousands of Nigerian and other brotherly peoples put their trust for many generations.

‘’In line with transparent, professional and constructive approach the Egyptian side has maintained, a list of the Egyptian certified medical centres and hospitals licensed to perform the Kidney transplant operations has been submitted to the Nigerian relevant authorities.’’

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