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It's been a while since I last visited the House of Representatives First Members' Building.
I held a dinner meeting with Mr. Toshitaka Ooka, Deputy Secretary-General of the Liberal Democratic Party and Director of the Health, Labor and Welfare Committee, at his office in the House of Representatives First Members' Building.
We gave a presentation and exchanged information on regenerative medicine and the research we are currently conducting to update the vagus nerve, the human operating system.
I came here to inform you about the establishment of the Japanese Society of Aesthetic Internal Medicine, of which I will serve as a director, and to ask for your cooperation in the development of the society. I have high hopes for the activities of the Japanese Society of Aesthetic Internal Medicine.
We also asked about the government and local authorities' thoughts on exosome therapy, which has recently been implemented in cosmetic medical practices at beauty clinics.
Various problems are occurring, and cosmetic medical treatments need not only strict government supervision but also the establishment of laws.
The current situation is that pseudo-medical care is causing harm to the public.