Not many people like drinking poo, even if it’s for health reasons. A few hundred C. difficile patients have been given stool infusions from healthy donors, often because they have run out of options. And it works – more than 90 percent make a full recovery. But drinking poo isn’t fun, so scientists have developed pseudo-poo. Think of it as rectal yoghurt if that helps. I wonder if it comes in strawberry flavour? See: http://goo.gl/1DquT
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