Between 60,000 and 100,000 transplants per year happen in China since 2000, according to ICEOPC's new report.
These staggering numbers remain officially unexplained in light of the decreasing number of death sentences and the lack of voluntary organ donation system.
They point to a highly profitable state-run industry where top-ranking officials of the Communist party act together with hospitals, prison authorities and the military.
Prior to the forceful organ extraction the victims are held in concentration camps where they are subject to systematic medical tests for tissue matching.
Report says these organ extractions are often done without anesthetics and, in some cases, while the donor is still alive.