Fecal Microbiota Transplant

Fecal Transplantation Facing an Uncertain Future

February 6, 2019

Nine out of 10 patients are cured by a fecal transplantation, in which feces from a donor is inserted into the patient's intestines via an endoscope or probe. For this reason the transplantation should in future be the first treatment chosen in Denmark's hospitals.

Taking Another Look at Fecal Transplant 'Super-Donors'

January 23, 2019

Fecal transplants have become routine treatment for nasty recurrent diarrheal infections, but trials for other conditions have hit a bum note. Now, the fecal faithful have re-examined the evidence.

Fecal Transplants Proven to Restore Health-Promoting Bacteria

October 9, 2018

A randomized clinical trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) has shown that fecal microbiota transplants (FMTs) can reestablish the health-promoting bacteria that are often damaged by intense antibiotic treatment in people who have stem cell or bone marrow transplants for blood can