N2Clinic has obtained the “Codes of the Plans for the Provision of Class II and III Regenerative Medicine.”
Medical institutions providing regenerative medicine using cultured cells are required to prepare a plan for the provision of regenerative medicine for each regenerative medicine technique that they intend to provide.
They then must have the plan reviewed by the Certified Special Committee for Regenerative Medicine (certified by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) so as to ensure that the pertinent standards are complied with.
After said committee provides approval, medical institutions are legally obligated to submit the plan for the provision of regenerative medicine to the chief of the pertinent regional bureau of health and welfare.
N2Clinic is a medical institution specializing in regenerative medicine and has submitted plans for the provision of regenerative medicine to the Kanto-Shinetsu Regional Bureau of Health and Welfare, while also obtaining codes for said plans, all in accordance with the above-mentioned necessary procedures.