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Amjad Ali points to scars left on his body after his kidney was removed in an operation outside his home in Yazman Mandi near Bahawalpur district July 9, 2006. Amjad Ali, a poor villager from the Cholistan Desert in eastern Pakistan, was promised a job and money in exchange for a kidney.
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Shefali, a Bangladeshi woman weeps while describing her miseries in Dhaka April 23, 2005. Shefali is desperate for money after she was abandoned by her husband, and has offered to sell one of her eyes. Bangladeshi men have been known to advertise their kidneys for sale to generate cash, but Stefali is the first woman in the country known to advertise an eye.
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Shefali, a Bangladeshi woman, sits with her daughter Mim inside her slum dwelling in Dhaka April 23, 2005.
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An actor dressed as a doctor performs mock surgery as he protests against China's organ transplant business during a traditional May Day rally in Prague May 1, 2007. The banner reads: "Stop the organ transplant black market".
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A man who sold his kidney for a transplant and who wishes to remain unidentified, shows his scar while cooking at his home in a slum area at Tondo, Metro Manila April 29, 2008. The Philippines has banned the sale of organs to foreigners because of a surge in illegal trade of kidneys and other organs taken from the poor, health secretary Francisco Duque said.
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A Filipino who brokers the sale of kidney organs, Dalmacio Zeta (C), gestures during an interview outside his shanty in Manila September 2, 1999. A Philippine Senate panel said Japanese nationals are the main buyers of kidney organs sold by poor Filipinos. Flanking Zeta are two of his Filipino clients who sold their kidney organs last year. A Manila television report said Filipinos desperately in need of money sell their kidneys at rates ranging from 70,000 to 100,000 pesos ($1,770 to $2,520) each.
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what a pity

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