Fecal microbiota transplants successfully treat patients with C. difficile
from University of Birmingham via Medical Xpress
A new study from the University of Birmingham has shown that fecal microbiota transplants are highly successful in treating patients with Clostridioides difficile infection. Published in EClinical Medicine, results from the first licensed English stool bank, which supplies FMT treatment to patients in the NHS, have shown that in 78% of cases the patient's diarrhea had stopped and had not returned in the 90 days after treatment.
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