Today’s Solutions: December 06, 2022

While several decades of research have slowly been building a scientific case for the efficacy of fecal transplants as a treatment for a variety of conditions, there is still a lack of consensus over the best way to prepare and administer these fecal samples. A new Australian trial has revealed significant success in fecal transplants treating ulcerative colitis, pioneering a new stool processing technique suggested to enhance the therapeutic effect of the treatment.

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