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    Default Will The FDA Make Human Feces An Expensive Probiotic Drug?

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    November 5 2019

    The FDA is holding a public hearing on the use of fecal microbiota transfer (FMT) to treat a bacterial infection. Are they paving the way to hand FMT to Big Pharma? Action Alert!

    The FDA announced a public meeting for November 4 of this year. The stated purpose of the meeting is to gather scientific information regarding the use of FMT to treat Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infections that are resistant to standard therapies. This follows the recent death of an immune-compromised patient who received FMT contaminated with drug-resistant E. coli


    Read more: https://healthimpactnews.com/2019/wi...robiotic-drug/

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    Default Re: Will The FDA Make Human Feces An Expensive Probiotic Drug?

    Done! To profit from donated poop is just so far beyond acceptable… Well, words fail me.
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