Shuping Wang (Chinese: 王淑平, Wang Shuping; 20 October 1959 – 21 September 2019) was a Chinese-American medical researcher and public health whistleblower. She exposed the poor practices that led to the spread of hepatitis C and HIV in central China in the 1990s, potentially saving tens of thousands of lives. In 2001, following harassment by Chinese officials, she moved to the United States, where she worked until her death.
- Speaking out cost me my job, my marriage and my happiness at the time, but it also helped save the lives of thousands and thousands of people.
- Countless families were broken apart and ruined by AIDS, leaving many AIDS orphans. They had no one to turn to.
- Dr. Wang wrote in 2014.
- Shuping Wang, Who Helped Expose China’s Rural AIDS Crisis, Dies at 59