Egypt denies taking organs of Briton who died in Red Sea resort
Egyptian authorities on Sunday denied reports of alleged organ theft after the body of a British tourist who died suddenly while on holiday was returned home without some organs.
David Humphries, 62, died in the seaside resort of Hurghada on the shores of the Red Sea on September 18.
His body was returned to the UK where a second post-mortem ordered by a coroner discovered that his heart and some other organs had been removed.
Accusing the UK media of publishing "flawed reports", the Egyptian state information service (SIS) said allegations of "organ theft are unfounded".
The statement said that samples were taken and the heart, parts of the liver, kidneys and other organs had been removed in order to establish the cause of death.Source: Google News Egypt | Netizen 24 Egypt