Groundbreaking Clinical Trial Looks at Fecal Transplant as Treatment for C. Difficile | Women's Medicine Collaborative. It details the funding of a clinical trial to study the effectiveness of fecal transplants in treating Clostridium difficile infections.
Fecal transplants have gotten a growing amount of publicity over the last few years. And they certainly seem to have potential. But though they have been shown to be safe, they have not yet been shown in a clinical trial to be effective in treating anything. So it is good to see a funded clinical trial on such transplants (though I note, transplant is probably the wrong word to use - maybe fecal bacteriotherapy is more appropriate.
For some background on fecal transplants see
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Got poo?: Clinical trial on fecal transplants (aka fecal bacteriotherapy) to treat C. difficile infections
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