When it comes to poop, doctors don’t know sh*t
It all started with a routine fecal transplant.
The case report was published earlier this year: a thirty-two-year-old female suffering from Clostridium difficile colitis resistant to multiple rounds of antibiotics was given a fecal transplant and quickly recovered from the debilitating bouts of diarrhea and abdominal pain that had plagued her for months.
That wasn’t what made headlines, though. Using fecal transplants …