Patients turn to fecal transplants to cure infection
By Meredith Cohn;The Baltimore Sun June 6, 2014
“…Fecal transplants involve collecting excrement from a healthy donor, screening it for infectious diseases, filtering out particles and mixing it with saline and infusing it into the intestines with a syringe, usually during a colonoscopy…”
Basically, a donor provides shit, it’s treated, and then used by another in an attempt to cure a problem. It’s good to see that doctors can learn something from Washington.