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Selling Your Kidney in Pakistan

Posted on September 4, 2008
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Reader Umair alerted us to the Pakistani auction website Bolee.com, whose front page (yesterday) was advertising a “Kidney for Sale” (there were three Ads for this, but all from the same person). Search for the website on Google and you will see a bold “Welcome to Pakistan’s First Auction Site.”

There are, of course, a number of other Pakistan auction website, some seemingly having much more to offer but, luckily, no kidneys. We have carried a post in the past about someone wanting to sell his kidney to make ends meet, but this Ad on the auction website reaises so many issues and questions that one is left speechless!

Luckily there were no bidders on the kidney when we checked (and captured this page image). The description read:

I am 26 yaer old healthy person & want to sellout my healthy one kidney for AB+ compatible person, My demand is Rs.600,000(Operations & other medical expenses”ll be beard by kidney purchaser).

Frankly, its too distasteful a predicament for one to find the Pinglish in this description (“yaer”, “sellout”, “healthy one kidney”, “expenses’ll”, “beard”) funny.

This is not just about an internet site and a rather ridiculous, maybe friviluous, notice on it. The problem is real. And the problem is much bigger.

For example, a recent scholarly article in Transplant International by researchers from the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) points out that Pakistan has now emerged as one of the largest centers for commerce and tourism in renal transplantation:

In recent years, Pakistan has emerged as one of the largest centres for commerce and tourism in renal transplantation. Kidney vendors belong to Punjab in eastern Pakistan, the agricultural heartland, where 34% people live below poverty line. We report results of a socioeconomic and health survey of 239 kidney vendors. The mean age was 33.6 ± 7.2 years (M:F 3.5:1). Mean nephrectomy period was 4.8 ± 2.3 years. Ninety per cent of the vendors were illiterate. Sixty-nine per cent were bonded labourers who were virtual slaves to landlords, labourers 12%, housewives 8.5% and unemployed 11%. Monthly income was $US15.4 ± 8.9 with 2–11 dependents per family. Majority (93%), vended for debt repayment with mean debt of $1311.4 ± 819. The mean agreed sale price was $1737 ± 262. However, they received $1377 ± 196 after deduction for hospital and travel expenses. Postvending 88% had no economic improvement in their lives and 98% reported deterioration in general health status. Future vending was encouraged by 35% to pay off debts and freedom from bondage. This study gives a snapshot of kidney vendors from Pakistan. These impoverished people, many in bondage, are examples of modern day slavery. They will remain exploited until law against bondage is implemented and new laws are introduced to ban commerce and transplant tourism in Pakistan.

The authors of the article, including the head of SIUT have since launched a very worthy campaign against the illegal and inhuman trade in kidneys from Pakistan and all the ways in whcih this exploits the already poor and vulnerable. There is talk now of a law to legalize such trade and in the rush to focus on teh so called “benefits” of selling one’s vital organs, there is little attention on what this means for those whose poverty will make them the victims. A recent article in The Paksitan Link explores these questions:

Health experts are concerned about Pakistan’s unregulated and fast growing kidney transplant trade, where foreigners can buy kidneys from impoverished Pakistanis in contravention of established medical norms. With more than a dozen hospitals across the country involved in this unscrupulous trade, Pakistan has become the new Mecca for people seeking kidney transplants from across the world.

Transplants are a lucrative business for Pakistani doctors, hospital staff and ‘fixers’ who exploit the gullible and the needy. So much so that in some Pakistani villages, most people survive on one kidney. In Mominpura village in central Punjab, nearly 80 per cent of the residents have sold one of their two kidneys. Only children, the old and the sick have been spared the scalpel. “Anyone above 16 is taken to a hospital for a possible transplant,” claims a villager.

According to people involved in the kidney trade, besides Pakistan, China is the only country in the world where illegal and unrelated donor organs are transplanted. In China, kidneys are taken from prisoners on death row. “Any transplant that is unrelated is unethical,” believes Dr Anwar Naqvi, a senior surgeon at the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplant (SIUT) in Karachi. Naqvi is campaigning against unrelated transplants in Pakistan.

Take 22-year-old Sumaira of Mandiala Wala village located 30 kilometers east of Lahore in Punjab province. She is no different from the hundreds of villagers here learning to live on one kidney. In Sumaira’s case the choice wasn’t easy. She and her family could either stay in bondage for life to a brick kiln owner, or she could sell one of her kidneys and pay off the family’s mounting debts. Sumaira decided to donate. In January 2002, she was brought to a hospital by her parents. “There was a maulvi (religious head) in our area who took us to the hospital in return for a fee,” says Sumaira’s 25-year-old brother Mohammed Safdar.
The staff conducted pre-operative tests on Sumaira and she was sent home after signing an agreement with the hospital management to donate one of her kidneys. A month later, she was summoned by the hospital: a recipient had been identified.

In the clandestine kidney market, if a kidney is sold to a local recipient, the donor gets US $1,600 but if sold to a foreigner, the payment is double. As a goodwill gesture, the recipient is introduced to the donors before the transplant. But in Sumaira’s case, her 32-year-old recipient, Thor Anderson, a property developer, born in Denmark and living in London, avoided meeting her due to the prevailing anti-West sentiment over the Iraq war. Of the US $3,200, Sumaira’s family used US $1,600 to repay loans. Over US $500 went to a broker, with US $250 spent on post-operative care. They were left with US $750, a sum that didn’t last long, considering Sumaira’s large family. It is now her brother’s turn to join the long queue of poor donors willing to sell a kidney for money. “It is not risky at all,” Safdar contends.

In the West, the vast majority of donor kidneys are taken from people killed in accidents. But as the number of patients has spiraled the world over, the transplant business in poor countries continues to expand. Also, in some countries, as in the UK, recipients have to know the ‘live’ donors, and cannot pressure them. This makes legal transplants difficult in such countries. Patients, therefore, travel to poor countries where there are either no laws or no regulation.
Sadly, most people are no better off after the sale despite the risks. Sughra Begum sold her kidney for just US $1,300. Her husband, Muhammad Yar, had also donated his kidney four years ago to repay a loan from their landlord, but the middleman made off with the money.
That’s when Sughra decided to sell her kidney. Though they managed to repay the landlord, the operation took a toll on her health. Due to her constant illness and her husband’s critical condition, they were forced to take another loan and are back in their landlord’s clutches.
According to data compiled by the Pakistani organization, Postgraduate Doctors Middle East, in the year 2001 there were 1,244 kidney transplants, of which relatives donated 611, spouses 80 and unrelated donors 533.

Due to an increase in donors, several hospitals have started offering less for the kidneys.
SIUT’s Naqvi dreads the future. “The very wealthy will end up as buyers of the organs being sold by the very poor. Such an unequal distribution of health benefits and burdens will be completely unjust,” he says.

When people become compelled to sell their vital organs on the internet or to unscrupulous traders, it says volumes about just how vulnerable their  lives and livelihoods have become? It says as much, or more, about the society that allows this to happen? But does anyone in our society care?

66 Comments on “Selling Your Kidney in Pakistan”

  1. ASAD says:
    September 4th, 2008 6:16 pm

    The Bolee site seems to have crashed. I wonder if it is because of this!

  2. ASAD says:
    September 4th, 2008 6:20 pm

    I had not realize that this is such a huge problem. The finding that in one village 80 percernt of people have sold their kidneys is just mind boggling.

  3. Sherbano says:
    September 4th, 2008 7:56 pm

    Back in 1995 my father was hospitalized in Lahore. My mother told first hand stories from a female villager caring for a male operated for kidney sale to some Saudi. The woman proudly told my mother how much more the Sheikh had given to the family (including a Rolex and gold jewelry) in addition to the

  4. ShahidnUSA says:
    September 4th, 2008 8:00 pm

    Spare parts available!
    Its a catch 22 situation. Giving a life and getting one too.
    Polluted water and polluted air and polluted society contributes it.
    If you send toxins to your kidney through alcohol, smoke, bad food and lazy lifestyle, you are prone to renal failure.

  5. Asim says:
    September 5th, 2008 12:08 am

    Yes, http://www.bolee.com is not working currently

    However, we know pakistan have poor people who are in debth but the position to find work and money, not selling body organs and attract international media for bad image.

    We shouldnt allow the website portals to sell such stuff.
    though i believe in future it will be everywhere.

  6. September 5th, 2008 3:31 am

    God! I cant believe it. That ad might be fake, i guess some one posted it for fun because may be that auction site do not admin ads.

  7. Manzoor says:
    September 5th, 2008 4:59 am

    Its correct URL is http://bolee.com.pkm
    however the sign up page is showing error,

  8. Rehan says:
    September 5th, 2008 9:14 am

    Request:

    this may be an unrelated post to make this request. But browing youtube came upon pakistani animation videos about awareness of child sexual abuse in Pakistan. for example
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-avHlu1kAhM&feature=related

    You can find several more with appropirate searches.

    I request ATP to write about these.

  9. Waqas says:
    September 5th, 2008 12:40 pm

    I agree with Sherbano, we need strong institutions just doing there work and not interfering in the work of other institutes. Let the people make and break the government; this is the only way they will come to know which politician is good and who is corrupt. For years the governments have been over thrown either by president or by army chief thus the cycle of democracy. I believe let the cycle of democracy be completed, although during this cycle we might go down but once its completed , I am sure we will rise better then ever.

  10. Ouch says:
    September 5th, 2008 1:37 pm

    The bolee website is back. I think they are entering test data onto the website, or someone posted it for fun, because every ad they post shows 3 times !!

  11. A. Jadoon says:
    September 5th, 2008 1:46 pm

    I think that by putting the Bolee website picture at the top part of the story has been lost. What is most frightening are the details in the second half of the report about just how much of this kidney selling is happening in Pakistan. That does suggest how bad things are. I hope they are able to stop this law on legalizing this type of trade.

  12. Atif Agha says:
    September 5th, 2008 2:03 pm

    My kidneys are starting to hurt reading this post..

    What a brutality. In the end everybody dies no matter what. It never seizes to amaze me how violent, selfish and brutal a human can really become provided the unfavorable circumstances. Man’s instinct for survival is so strong and yet its so meaningless. We all die no matter what.

    There is definitely a demand, more and more people having kidney failure or malfunction with their only hope is a donor. I guess the only way to fix this is to fix the system where nobody is a slave, every life is equally valuable, and may be then we can have honorable donors and legitimate recipients. Crazy subject…

  13. Kabir Das says:
    September 5th, 2008 8:16 pm

    Sir,
    The selling and purchasing of body parts by two consenting adults belonging to a nation which has collectively sold its soul, conscience and honour to the devil has not surprised me ——has not surprised me one little bit.
    Your most obedient servant.

  14. Riaz Haq says:
    September 5th, 2008 8:48 pm

    The rapidly rising unemployment and skyrocketing inflation together have dramatically increased hunger and poverty among the most vulnerable in Pakistan. At 33%, the sum of unemployment rate and inflation, known as the misery index, stands at its highest level in Pakistan’s history, and it is likely to increase social strife and hurt the chances of recovery.
    There is no relief in sight as President Zardari takes oath of office as President and chief steward of Pakistan’s economy.
    Please read more at: http://southasiainvestor.blogspot.com/2008/09/declining-economy-hurts-pakistani.html

    There are many Pakistanis who argue that we must give democracy half a chance to cope with the challenges even if it means going through a slump in exchange for sustainable power of the people to govern themselves. Unfortunately, people like Gul Rehan and Momin, who can least afford it, end up bearing the brunt of such sacrifices. The “civil society” and the “fearless pro-democracy leaders” usually do not forgo their meals to achieve democracy.

    I am all for sacrifice, I just wish that the sacrifice be shared more equitably by all of the people. We should all help however we can through various charitable institutions. But I think the “pro-democracy leaders” such as Aitazaz Ahsan, Nawaz Sharif, Asma Jahangir and others who have contributed to the current economic decline have a special responsibility. They can and should use their celebrity status to raise awareness of the issues of poverty and joblessness. They should help organize efforts to build a safety net for the most vulnerable. This would demonstrate their sincerity of concern for the poor and the disenfranchised.

  15. Rasheed says:
    September 5th, 2008 10:09 pm

    For a nation whose leaders have not much problem selling the honour and lives of its own nationals, and have forced the nation as a whole to carry the Kashkole, I’m not so sure what other choice some of the poor people have left. I’m not sure if selling of ones kidney, under the circumstances, is that much unexpected. Given the circumstances, it’s not that much more despicable than selling one’s eggs; adoption for money; paid sperm donations, etc. One is allowed to eat an otherwise haram animal if not doing so would mean certain death. So one can agree that it’s horrible, it’s shameful under certain circumstances, but your lead topic of the day might as well have been the lead news story about Pakistan – the debate about the first US ground assault against Pakistanis, including innocent victims, or the impending take over of the reins of Pakistan by one who was thought of until recently as a criminal or dubbed Mr. 10%. For Mr. 10% to become 100%, or what lies ahead for Pakistan as a consequence, is also newsworthy and worthy of our discussion, IMHO.

  16. Tina says:
    September 6th, 2008 4:29 am

    The people of the villages should be educated that there are serious risks to selling one of their kidneys, possibly resulting in their own death or permanent ill-health. Would they be so eager to have an operation if they really knew what it entailed? That their families would be burdened with having to care for them? That their power as wage earners would be diminished due to weakness? That they are shortening their own lives?

    I also agree with the poster who points out that fat alcoholics should not be able to just travel to a poor country and rip out the kidneys of another person when the fruits of their careless lifestyle become manifest. People should take better care of their own health. Not all kidney failure is due to drinking, but a great deal of it is. Is it right to demand that another person give up an organ to cure a condition that resulted from a deliberate choice?

    Lastly, I must wonder about the quality of the product. These villagers are undernourished and exposed to a great deal of pollution and contaminants, and substance abuse isn’t unknown among them either. I wouldn’t wonder if a great many of these kidneys are really not very suitable for transplant. How many get thrown away after the donor’s health has been compromised?

    How about some reform of the predatory behavior that leaves people in debt slavery to landlords. Just legislatively end it and then enforce. There used to be much the same thing in the U.S. in the coal mines, but reforms were introduced, as were unions. Instead of getting rid of the kidney sales, get rid of the illegally imposed debt load that drives people to sell their kidneys. Or would that be too simple a solution?

  17. Aly says:
    September 6th, 2008 2:10 pm

    This might just be a publicity stunt, to get the word out of mouth about website(or what we call is “Link Bait”).

    If its a planned marketing strategy, I would say it is really very clever but could be done more interestingly

  18. Salman Pindi Wala says:
    September 6th, 2008 10:13 pm

    Mr. 10% will “purchase” boy’s kindney. Somebody to direct this boy to president’s house.

    Pakistani Nation………beware of you kidnees!!!!!!!!!

  19. HASHMI says:
    September 7th, 2008 2:04 am

    What a sad story.

    But it is organizations like SIUT that make us proud with the great work they are doing. They keep our faith in Pakistanis alive.

  20. Aisha says:
    September 8th, 2008 6:05 am

    About 23 years ago I heard of some people selling pints of their blood to the red cross for a few dollars and I thought that was weird.

    Over the past couple of years I have been hearing a great deal about these so called “body parts for sale.” Can you imagine…I wonder what the going price is for a kidney, an eye, a hand, a heart, a lung…etc!

    Let’s face it, donor waiting lists are so long (those with the greatest need are not moved to the top of the list) and you have to have insurance to cover the transplant and be a good candidate. Just what makes one a good candidate…besides insurance or cash money to pay for the operation?

    When you have got the money but not the time to wait…once again we see that money can buy anything…and people are actually willing to give up a part of their body for the mighty dollar! Selling body parts is about as low as you can get. Surely, there are doctors and possibly medical students out there who are willing to remove a healthy body part for a substantial fee from the recipient. I’m not sure what is worse…the selling or the buying! What is this world coming too. What people won’t do for money or for the chance to try and escape death. We fight not to be born and then we fight not to die.

    And if this isn’t weird enough, not only are people selling their own body parts to the highest bidder but some funeral home directors have been arrested for selling body parts off of the deceased to research hospitals and ect (anyone willing to pay for parts…no questions asked) unbeknownst to the deceased or their family.

  21. September 12th, 2008 9:08 pm

    As Aly said it could be a publicity stunt.. and usually publicity stunts can go beyond the lines of ethics.. lets see if this kid really wants his kidney sold, i can probably get an interview with him on our radio then..

  22. SOHAIL says:
    September 12th, 2008 9:25 pm

    This is a sign of how desperate things have become for ordinary people to survive.

  23. Albert Qui says:
    March 21st, 2009 9:03 am

    This is a worldwide problem of great proportion and it is sad when someone’s poverty forces them to sell their body. We need a world treaty on this problem to solve it.

  24. James says:
    February 1st, 2010 9:20 am

    Everyone says what a terrible issue unless you have kidney failure. Then its not a bad idea. Trust me once you have a disease that kills your kidney you will understand. outside of that its easy to point and make comments like “how sad.” You dont know unless you walk a mile in someone’s shoes.

  25. April 28th, 2010 11:50 am

    sir , i m hassan frm pakistan. my blood group is O positive universal doonar ,, i have to sale my kindey ,,
    u can talk me 00923324384689
    hassan.khokhar35@yahoo.com

  26. Qadeer says:
    May 9th, 2010 8:32 am

    Aslam Alekum

    I am Qadeer Ahmed from Sanghar District Sindh Pakistan
    Purpose of my message is ?
    my little sister is kidney patient now she is on dialasis at various Hospitals Civil Hospital Sanghar , Mirpurkhas and SIUT karachi, her both kidnies are failed since last one year and her want transplantation but have no expences and donor
    Family members are willing to donate kidney but their Blood group is not matching.
    my sister is still waiting for kidney donation for transplant.
    if any person help us please contanct with me.
    Please help her & contact with me on Mob:03313031459
    (Qadeer Ahmed ).
    qadeermm@yahoo.com

  27. raza says:
    May 29th, 2010 9:27 am

    Hello,
    i am 30 years male whants to sale my one kidney my bloodgroup is B+any boybody require to plz contaact me on my cell number 0092-300-6336069

  28. hasan kazmi says:
    June 28th, 2010 6:01 am

    salam
    i want to sale out b+ve kidney for just 5,00,000/- pakistani
    my age is 27yrs &no smoking no drink healthy7 & fresh contact me urgently @ 0308/7867771 or wafasearch@gmail.com

  29. RAFIQ says:
    June 28th, 2010 4:59 pm

    This is a big problem , if some one is in need of a kidney ,and some one is in need of money , and they can both agree on a price , i dont think that there’s any thing wrong with that , the problem here is that people abuse the system , isn’t batter for some body to donate there kidney and save some one’s life , and plus get the money to feed his or her family , some times when people are in need and they have no other option , what would you do ?
    1 – would you take the money and sell your kidney if you had no other choice , or if you are on the other side of the fence
    2- would you save your life by buying a kidney if you have money or rather die and not take the transplant bought by the very own money you have worked for ?

  30. mahwish says:
    July 6th, 2010 2:01 am

    i would like to sell out my kidny my blood group is b + , i am 28 years old and physically fit and healthy.

  31. babajee says:
    July 29th, 2010 6:06 am

    salam
    i am artanoli pak i wanna to donate my kidney if anyone intrested so call me +92 322 9235059 my blood group iz o+ nosmoking and drinking

  32. usman khan says:
    July 30th, 2010 9:45 pm

    i want sale out my kindney .my blood group is b+.
    contect me on my cell 00923006957131

  33. SATISH SINGHAL says:
    August 5th, 2010 5:27 am

    Dear,I am Satish Singhal from Delhi India
    Purpose of my message is ?
    my younger brother age 50 years blood group O+ is kidney patient now he is on dialasis at Appolo Hospitals Delhi , his both kidnies are failed since last three month and he want transplantation.
    Family members are willing to donate kidney but their Blood group is not matching.
    my brother is still waiting for kidney donation for transplant.
    if any person help us please contanct with me on Mob
    Please help me & contact with me on Mob: Ineed Full Pakege with one atendent.
    Mo: INDIA-094150 07817

  34. October 23rd, 2010 1:18 pm

    i am mohammad shakir i sale a my one kidney plz quick contect with me unjunt need a money

    my contect num ; 0092 345 6028892

  35. sherry says:
    October 25th, 2010 4:47 am

    kidney

  36. A.Raheem says:
    October 25th, 2010 5:00 am

    i sale my kidney age 24 I have no drink need a money
    contct me Email Add arshiyan _sherry@yahoo.com

  37. A.Raheem says:
    October 26th, 2010 7:07 am

    i sale my kidney
    email add ; arshiyan_sherry@yahoo.com

  38. donor says:
    November 6th, 2010 2:24 pm

    High! I can be a good donor for somebody without payment. I’m young 18 y.o. male from Pakistan.

  39. ayen says:
    December 10th, 2010 6:35 am

    I am a healthy 25 year old, female. non-smoker, non drinker and in perfect health.
    I am willing to sell my kidney to the highest bidder to support my family. I am Type B.
    Email me at ayendanda@yahoo.com

  40. faisal says:
    December 12th, 2010 3:13 pm

    i m faisal i m 29 year i m sale my kidney i wanted urgent cash plz help if u wanted kidney so plz call me 03142583099

  41. faisal says:
    December 23rd, 2010 7:15 am

    i m sale me kidney plz hel i m only 2days plz help 03142583099

  42. SATISH SINGHAL says:
    January 15th, 2011 11:06 am

    SATISH SINGHAL says:January 15th 2011 11.35 am
    Dear,I am Satish Singhal from Delhi India
    Purpose of my message is ?
    my younger brother age 50 years blood group O+ is kidney patient now he is on dialasis at Appolo Hospitals Delhi , his both kidnies are failed since last three month and he want transplantation.
    Family members are willing to donate kidney but their Blood group is not matching.
    my brother is still waiting for kidney donation for transplant.
    if any person help us please contanct with me on Mob
    Please help me & contact with me on Mob: Ineed Full Pakege with one atendent.
    Mo: INDIA-094150 07817

  43. irenda afonso says:
    February 4th, 2011 12:44 pm

    i want to sale my kidney and my demand is 1000000 plz contact 9552035511

  44. Anjum says:
    February 5th, 2011 4:49 pm

    Assalam o alaikum
    i have a patient of kidney about 43 years old married with one child, o +ve, he is very need person in pakistan, plz help us in this regard
    Anjum 0333-5419478

  45. Mohammad Naseem says:
    February 28th, 2011 10:00 am

    i need urgently a kidney for O+ blood group please contact me on following number quickly

    00923064785249

  46. zubair says:
    March 17th, 2011 9:46 pm

    Dear I am Zubair from Karachi, i want to sale my kidney urgently need cash worth Rs. 550000/ and my blood gp is O+ my contact number is 0300 9262904

  47. Abdullah Qureshi says:
    March 22nd, 2011 12:54 pm

    Dear I am Abdullah Qureshi, from Bahawalpur. I want to sale my kidney in Rs. 7,00,000/-. if anyone want to buy and pay me Rs. 7,00,000/- than contact with me via e-mail. I am waiting.

  48. Abdullah Qureshi says:
    March 22nd, 2011 3:26 pm

    Dear I am Abdullah Qureshi, from Bahawalpur. I want to sale my one kidney in Rs. 7,00,000/-. if anyone want to buy and pay me Rs. 7,00,000/- than contact with me via e-mail. I am waiting.
    abdullah_qureshi07@hotmail.com

  49. Abdullah Qureshi says:
    March 31st, 2011 2:53 pm

    Dear I am Abdullah Qureshi please I want to sale my one kidney its urgent, I am waiting please please call me on this No. 0333-3203940. I need money. Please please.

    kureshi2001@yahoo.com

  50. andrew says:
    April 3rd, 2011 10:48 pm

    i want to sell my kindey ab negative any time any where

    xxmimo@yahoo.com

  51. Khalid Hameed says:
    April 4th, 2011 9:53 pm

    I need money. Ready to sale my kidney. Deserious patients contact 0332-5481948.

  52. Ali rehber says:
    April 7th, 2011 9:49 am

    I need money. Ready to sale my kidney. Deserious patients contact 03338955778

  53. RIZWAN AHMED says:
    April 11th, 2011 2:04 am

    hello 2 all i m RIZWAN AHMED i m 30 years old i want to b sell my one kidny its very urjent i really need mony my father in hospitaland have very critical condtion contact me urjently
    RIZWAN AHMED

  54. naveed says:
    April 11th, 2011 9:08 pm

    hello dear I want to sell my kidny,26years old male with O positve,its urgent.plz help me

  55. SATISH SINGHAL says:
    April 12th, 2011 11:15 am

    Dear,I am Satish Singhal from Delhi India
    Purpose of my message is ?
    my younger brother age 50 years blood group O+ is kidney patient now he is on dialasis at Appolo Hospitals Delhi , his both kidnies are failed since last three month and he want transplantation.
    Family members are willing to donate kidney but their Blood group is not matching.
    my brother is still waiting for kidney donation for transplant.
    if any person help us please contanct with me on Mob
    Please help me & contact with me on Mob: Ineed Full Pakege with one atendent.
    Mo: INDIA-094150 07817

  56. Ali Rehber says:
    April 21st, 2011 9:35 am

    I need money. Ready to sale my kidney. Deserious patients contact 03338955778

    ali_shah3248@yahoo.com

  57. Ali Rahber says:
    April 22nd, 2011 10:15 am

    Dear I am Ali Rahber, from karachi. I want to sale my one kidney in Rs. 7,00,000/-. if anyone want to buy and pay me Rs. 7,00,000/- than contact with me via e-mail. I am waiting.

    ali_shah3248@yahoo.com

  58. farrukh says:
    April 24th, 2011 5:46 am

    Dear I am farrukh, from islamabad. I want to sale my one kidney in Rs. 4,00,000/-. if anyone want to buy and pay me Rs. 4,00,000/- than contact with me via e-mail. I am waiting.
    My blood Group is O – ve

  59. irfan says:
    April 28th, 2011 9:21 pm

    Dear I am irfan, from karachi. I want to sale my one kidney in Rs. 5,00,000/-. if anyone want to buy and pay me Rs. 5,00,000/- than contact with me via e-mail. I am waiting.
    My blood Group is O – ve

    my cell # 03432010031

  60. aamir faooq says:
    April 29th, 2011 4:31 pm

    my name aamir n want sell my kidney blood group AB- my e.mail aamir5265@yahoo.com

  61. Muhammad ALi says:
    May 3rd, 2011 11:22 am

    Hello! I am Muhamamd Ali and i want my one kideny, only 350000/= if any one want to buy pay me 350000 and contect me via Email:va_lo2000@yahoo.com. plz urgently…………..

  62. faisal says:
    May 4th, 2011 2:09 pm

    hi i m faisal i m sale my kidney my blood group b + if wanted so plz call me i m very urgent plz help me 03142583099

  63. SATISH SINGHAL says:
    May 17th, 2011 1:02 pm

    SATISH SINGHAL says:May 17th 2011 11.35 am
    Dear,I am Satish Singhal from Delhi India
    Purpose of my message is ?
    my younger brother age 50 years blood group O+ is kidney patient now he is on dialasis at Appolo Hospitals Delhi , his both kidnies are failed since last three month and he want transplantation.
    Family members are willing to donate kidney but their Blood group is not matching.
    my brother is still waiting for kidney donation for transplant.
    if any person help us please contanct with me on Mob
    Please help me & contact with me on Mob: Ineed Full Pakege with one atendent.
    Mo: INDIA-094150 07817

  64. Ahsan says:
    May 18th, 2011 4:23 am

    My name is Ahsan Kamal, i want 2 sale my 1 kidney in Rs 700,000, If any one want Contact me on this num 03017173799, i live in pakistan (Faisalabad), My blood group is B+,

  65. Man says:
    May 27th, 2011 3:14 pm

    Hi,

    I need o+ kidney for my mum. I would like to know where and how much it will cost. Total : kidney + surgery + medical:
    varman_ong@yahoo.com

  66. May 29th, 2011 9:13 pm

    Hy i am kashif lashari i want our one kideny in 1500000 my kideny is healthy o+ group pleas contect me 03006771802 in pakistan