Latest Fecal bacteriotherapy Stories
A Canadian doctor has developed a way to transfer healthy bacteria from stool samples and encapsulate them in pill form to treat intestinal infections.
According to a new study, when antibiotics aren’t enough to cure recurring infections from Clostridium difficile bacteria, a fecal transplant may do the job.
A synthetic "poop" developed at the University of Guelph can cure nasty gastrointestinal infections caused by Clostridium difficile, a toxin-producing bacterium.
Kaitlin Hunter of Marietta GA, after a near-fatal auto accident, found herself fighting for her life against a clostridium difficile (C. diff) infection in her colon due to the June 2011 car crash.
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