Reading Time: <1 minuteRecently, we have seen an increase in the number of cases in which patients visiting our hospital are being examined by a person called a counselor who is not a doctor, making a diagnosis, and forcing them to undergo surgery. Examination and diagnosis by anyone other than a doctor is a violation of the Medical Practitioners Act. Of course, the reception staff may explain precautions and outline the treatment, but examinations and diagnoses are different. Only doctors can perform medical procedures. Is there no doctor at the clinic advertised in TV commercials? It seems that legitimate medical treatment is not being performed. Not only does it give a bad image to aesthetic medicine, but it is a criminal act. The exosome problem is also a big problem, but consultations performed by counselors other than doctors are completely out of the question. She hopes that the government will take strict measures against clinics like this to prevent victims from becoming victims.