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Stool transplants could improve psychiatric symptoms related to irritable bowel syndrome

According to a Japanese study, stool transplants could improve psychiatric symptoms related to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by restoring the balance of the intestinal microbiota. These results widen the scope of application of this therapeutic approach which is currently limited to the treatment o...
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Fecal transplant: oral capsules are a welcomed alternative

Does the route of administration of a fecal transplant affect its efficacy? To answer this question and pave the way to a less invasive treatment, a team of Canadian researchers compared the efficacy of oral capsules with that of colonoscopy which is the standard treatment to prevent Clostridium dif...
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Ulcerative colitis improved by a multiple donor microbiota transplant

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is one of the chronic inflammatory diseases of the bowl and rectum (CIBD) where soft, bloody stools alternate with normal transit. The intestinal microbiota is suspected of being involved in the development of this disease. Fecal transplant constitutes one of the possible tre...
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