Fecal Transplants May Help Treat Alzheimer's and Cancer
Fecal transplant or fecal bacteriotherapy is a process that involves the restoration of bacteria in the digestive tract by infusing the feces of a healthy donor. It is used to treat intestinal disorders like inflammatory bowel disease. A new study suggests that fecal transplants could potentially treat Alzheimer's and cancer too.
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