We would like to introduce a patient’s voice that was presented in a case report by Dr. Kunihiro Kitamura of Kitamura Clinic in Fukuoka Prefecture at the 4th KIN-TOSS held on February 28, 2021 (Sun.).Click here for the report of the 4th KIN-TOSS
Here is a testimonial from a parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder who received a transplant two years ago.
Please read on as he talks about what made him decide to undergo the intestinal flora transplant and his concerns.
7-year-old girl at the time of transplant
Disease: autism spectrum disorder
Number of transplants:
July 13 – August 30, 2018 6 transplant courses
December 7, 2019 1 additional transplant
Transplant attending physician: Kitamura Clinic
Post-transplant diagnosis: clear improvement of symptoms
When a patient diagnosed with “autism spectrum disorder” undergoes transplantation, the study group asks the parents to cooperate in various tests.
By recording changes in behavior and stool condition, we will be able to verify what kind of changes will occur as a result of transplantation from various perspectives, and this will provide an opportunity to further expand the possibilities of intestinal flora transplantation. If you are willing to cooperate, please inform your doctor.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR COMMITMENT TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)