ion, said China will revise its regulation to improve oversight of organ donations and transplants to ensure safety and quality of services.
Speaking at a conference on organ donation and transplantation hel
d in February in Wuhan, Hubei province, she said the revised rules will specify the legal resp
onsibilities of various parties in the sector, including medical institutions, organ procurement organizations and med
ical staff. Violators of laws or regulations will more effectively be held accountable, she added.
Health, education authorities step up intervention on child myopia
China’s health and education authorities pledged to work together to control child myopia on April 3.
Health departments will help schools and parents to conduct targeted intervention, said Ma Xiao
wei, head of the National Health Commission, at a meeting between the commission and Ministry of Education.
Ma said priority would be given to young students, and health departments would assist schoo
ls in measures such as increasing outdoor activities, as well as reducing electronic device use and homework.
Health departments will also carry out a special monitoring program on the e