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Fecal Transplants Gaining Traction In Era Where Doctors Are Trying To Rein In Use Of Antibiotics

08:44 EST 15 Feb 2018 | Kaiser Health News

The Infectious Diseases Society of America is now recommending fecal transplants at least be considered for patients with C. diff. In other public health news: hysterectomies, yellow fever, breastfeeding, autism, HPV, medical records and more.

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