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Wednesday, 20 January 2016 - 13:40
Indian police file cases against six Lankan doctors
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A Hindu newspaper reported that Indian Police have filed cases against six Sri Lankan doctors working with four different hospitals in Colombo on the charge of conducting paid kidney transplantation in violation of ethics.

According to Police they have allegedly performed 60 transplants.

All donors and recipients were from India and transplants took place at four Sri Lankan hospitals.

The agent charges 2.8  to 3 million rupees for a transplantation of which he kept 5 hundred thousand rupees and paid the donor, doctors and others with the remaining funds.

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