Reading Time: <1 minuteOn May 30th and 31st, I participated in the 112th Japanese Society of Cosmetic Surgery held at the ANA InterContinental Hotel. There were some venues where there were so many participants that there was standing room only. Unfortunately, the quality of participants was poor. A comedy doctor who is not a doctor? There were quite a few participants from China, but their manners were not good. I'm sure I'm not the only one who felt very uncomfortable. During presentations, talking privately, taking prohibited photographs, cutting into people's lines... I noticed a lot of insane behavior that doctors would never do. It may be good to have a successful conference due to an increase in the number of participants, but quality is also important. Priority should be given to doctors who have paid a high participation fee to participate. I was surprised at the announcement and PR that was too biased towards companies. Is there little evidence? ... The ultimate area is related to regenerative medicine. The number of fields that need to be considered most carefully is that there is no such agenda, and there are only announcements that exaggerate the benefits... Standardization and other issues are needed before announcing the benefits of gray zone exosome therapy and stem cell culture supernatant drip infusion. I felt the dark side of beauty medicine because there was no talk of any evidence. This is a session that is no longer an academic conference. Isn't it a good idea to openly promote the fact that there is no standardization or evidence at an academic conference? At the session at the Japanese Society of Aesthetic Internal Medicine, Dr. Akira Aoki, the president of the board, presented ideas based on EBM.