The Medicine Faculty (FK) of Universitas Tarumanagara (Untar), collaborating with the Doctor’s Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH), an international doctor organization that is campaigning against illegal organ trades, shows a documentary film called “Human Harvest” and discussion at the Auditorium of Untar’s main building on Wednesday (14/12). This event is held as an early character building programs for medical students to act in accordance with conscience.
“Human Harvest” tells a story of illegal organ trades and conveys the message to the medical students to act properly and avoid those kinds of inhuman activities. Dean of the Medical Faculty, Dr. Meilani Kumala, opens the event by delivering a welcoming speech and a brief synopsis of the film. After the film, a discussion session is held. The discussion involves 2 volunteers, Dafo Harnadi Luktantio and dr. Suciana, who are also Untar alumni. In the discussion, it is concluded that anyone could participate in their campaign to prevent this kind of crime. One way to contribute is by fully understand the source of the transplanted organs. (PA/AS)