On May 19-22, 2016, Hard To Believe attended the 12th Annual International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation (ICCEC) in Washington, D.C., to help raise awareness of Chinese Community Party's killing of prisoners of conscience, mainly Falun Gong practitioners, for the sale of their organs.
A review of Hard To Believe has been published in the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, "an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for different disciplinary perspectives on ethical, cultural and social issues in medicine, healthcare, life sciences and biotechnology".
Bloody Harvest: Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China is now available for purchase in our online store!
This week we faced an unexpected situation. The representative of a bioethics department of a U.S. university had previously been excited to be able to provideHard To Believe to their students and faculty, because of its specific relevance to medical ethics and bioethics. However, a week later, that excitement turned into something else altogether.
Leading U.S. ethicist and Founding Director of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU, Arthur Caplan, PhD., says the film, Hard To Believe, is “an important, timely, and deeply disturbing account of one of the great human rights abuses of our time.”