Fecal Bacteriotherapy (Human Probiotic Infusion) for Clostridium difficile infection
Fecal Bacteriotherapy (Human Probiotic Infusion) for Clostridium difficile infection. Thomas Borody, Centre for Digestive Diseases, Sydney Australia.
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Latest news about diseases from human feces
In human waste, scientists seek new treatments
A researcher at Boston University, for example, is using saliva to find a new treatment for celiac disease, while an organization in Medford runs the nation's only stool bank to collect feces for an unconventional treatment of gastrointestinal
Putting Neglected Diseases On The Table Could End World Hunger: Experts
LONDON, Feb 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Attempts to end global hunger and improve education are being hampered by a little known group of diseases that affect the world's poorest and must be tackled too, the head of a body pushing for the
Captive pandas succumb to killer virus
A fatal virus is felling pandas at a breeding center in China, raising questions about management of the iconic endangered species and prompting the State Forestry Administration (SFA) to institute strict quarantine and disease control measures
In world's poorest slums, landfills and polluted rivers become a child's ...
Among them, 1 billion people defecate in the open — in fields, bushes and bodies of water — putting themselves and their community in danger of fecal-oral diseases, like hepatitis, cholera and dysentery. Children are especially susceptible to these
Why a nonprofit is willing to pay thousands for your poop
A Massachusetts-based nonprofit is collecting poop at $40 a sample to treat a bacterial infection that is currently only mitigated by antibiotics, the Washington Post reported. OpenBiome is collecting human feces to treat Clostridium difficile, or C