Been a while since I posted. Continuing on the news related to fecal transplants, a friend forwarded me this post about how do-it-yourself fecal transplants have become quite common amongst people with GI issues. In particular, it references a study where 94% of patients suffering from C. Difficile infection were cured with a transplant. Apparently the FDA is evaluating whether fecal transplants are safe, so that has pushed it "underground", which means that folks find ways to do it themselves. The whole idea makes a lot of sense. Very curious to see how the FDA proceeds with it.
Here's the article: Why DIY fecal transplants are a thing (and the FDA is only part of the reason)