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[Event] Roundtable Discussion with Loose Fungi to be Held♪ .

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2022.05.24

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Crowdfunding Special Project

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 research group is challenging crowdfunding.

What are gut bacteria?
Why is ASD related to poop?
Are kids with ASD processing information super fast?!
Is FMT a treatment option for ASD in the US?
There are still many things we don’t know about autism spectrum disorders.

Around the world, research on intestinal bacteria and autism spectrum disorder has been increasingly initiated.
In Japan, the method of transplanting intestinal bacteria is still in the process of becoming a medical treatment, but our research group was established five years ago out of concern for the increasing number of diseases that cannot be cured by current medical treatment.

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a roundtable discussion online with the Loose Fungi.

I’m concerned about it, but it’s a hurdle to see a doctor…,
What does the intestinal flora balance test tell us…?
Is human poop safe to begin with…?
And so on… Whether you just want to listen or want to talk with us, you’re welcome…

Questions in advance and chatting during the roundtable are welcome.
No charge, no registration required, no need to show up, come and go as you please!
Please join us in a relaxed, radio-like atmosphere.

Outline of the event

[Date and time].

Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
To be held online

The session may be extended, and will be recorded for the record, but will not be made public.

-No registration required
-Free to attend
-No need to show up
-Free to come and go


Crowdfunding Project Page

[12歳以下ASDのお子様限定][HALF-PRICE INTESTINAL FLORA BALANCE TEST FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD WITH ASD

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