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We want to bring the world’s most promising treatment, intestinal flora transplantation (FMT), to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
We want children with ASD to have a more liveable, secure everyday life!
With this in mind, our study group has launched an initiative to ask parents to cooperate in various tests when patients diagnosed with “autism spectrum disorder” undergo transplants.
At the 7th Annual Conference held on September 18, the keynote lecture by Dr. Kenji Tsuchiya of Hamamatsu University School of Medicine was very well received. In addition, ASD case reports and panel discussions were held to present the efforts of our study group. (Please see the related video at the bottom of this page.)
Our guest will be Ms. Naomi Hatanaka, President of Challenged LIFE, a general incorporated association.
And what’s more, this time we have a special guest, Dr. Masahiko Shirotani, Director of Luke’s Ashiya Clinic! He will appear around 14:00-14:15!
Don’t miss the loose talk between Dr. Shirotani, who actually performed the transplant, and Ms. Hatanaka, the mother of the patient.
Outline of the event
[Date and time].
Wednesday, October 26, 2022, Noon 13:30-14:30
Held online at
The session may be extended, and will be recorded for the record, but will not be made public.
14:00-14:15 Dr. Masahiko Shirotani, Director of Luke’s Ashiya Clinic, will make a guest appearance!
▪ Free to attend
▪ You don’t have to show up
▪ Come and go as you please
Please register in advance using the form below.
The URL for viewing will be sent to you by e-mail from the secretariat the day before.