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Hospital, govt dept served notices in liver transplantation case

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) issued notices on Friday to Sheikh Zayed Hospital Lahore and Human Organs Transplant Authority (HOTA) on a petition filed against the liver transplantation of a poor boy who had died in an accident.
Justice Riaz Ahmad Khan heard the case in which the petitioner, who runs as human rights organization in Islamabad, had contended that the liver of a fifteen-year-old poor boy was transplanted to an influential person.
He said according to the relevant laws, no human organ could transplanted in case the donor was less than 18 years of age.
In his petition, Syed Liaqat Banori, told the court that the poor can easily be exploited in that fashion.
He requested the court to look into the matter on which Justice Riaz Ahmad Khan sought a reply from the respondents within two weeks.
Scouts’ life laudable, says NUML rector: National University of Modern Languages (NUML) Rector Maj-Gen (retired) Masood Hasan on Friday said the life of a scout was very exemplary and commendable as it taught endurance, discipline and diligence.
Addressing scouts at regional boys scouts camp at Pakistan Scouts’ Headquarters, he said their six-day-long camp in Campuri would not only help them to learn how to serve humanity but would also promote discipline, diligence, respect of their fellow scouts and endurance to face every challenge in life.
On the occasion, guard of honour was also presented to Masood Hasan by young scouts.

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  1. javed akram said:


    Two live donor liver transplant operations were done entirely by Dr. Subhash Gupta and his team who were flown in specially to perform these operations – whereabouts of these patients and the outcome unknown.

    Two more living donor liver transplants were done by the local shaikh zayed hospital, lahore surgeons. Both died of serious surgical complications within a few days while still in the shaikh zayed ICU. One of the live donors, a young girl, had a serious injury to her liver during the donor operation and may require a liver transplant operation herself if she can afford to go to India for this very expensive and major operation.

    Shaikh Zayed Hospital Liver Transplant Surgeons have no experience or training in Living Donor Liver Transplantation. This fact was pointed out by Dr. Subhash Gupta before he left Lahore. He had advised that these local surgeons should not perform liver transplants independently These were the first operations that these surgeons ever performed in their lives. Had the families of these two patients been told about this fact, they would never have consented to these operations.

    All this information has been concealed from the press and the public – and also from Dr. Gupta.

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