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The Death of a Patient and the Future of Fecal Transplants

12:50 EDT 12 Jul 2019 | Bioethics.com

(Wired) – That iffy legality is what is worrying the patients and doctors who practice the procedure now. The FDA has allowed fecal transplants to take place, even though they’re not an approved procedure, because they work extraordinarily well—and because, … Read More

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