Month: November 2014

Do you really need an oral fecal transplant for a C. diff infection?

There’s no denying fecal transplants — the transferring of gut flora from a healthy donor to sick patients — can be helpful in treating Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infections that contribute to diseases from colitis to diarrhea. Transfers of healthy gut bacteria have been delivered via a variety of uncomfortable methods, ranging from tubes through …

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