fecal transplants

We stand at the ready, eager to jump in when science needs our help to cure our disease.
“Some people do just fine with the antibiotic treatment,” said McDonald during the briefing. “But it is a problem that we’re
C. diff (a bacteria that causes severe diarrhea) infections are increasing in incidence and severity. On the front lines of the C. diff epidemic, I understand how powerful and effective FMT is. After seeing how well FMT works, it seemed ridiculous that this therapy wasn't more widely available.
The study found 81 percent of patients who received a fecal transplant were cured of their condition after 10 weeks, compared