Fecal microbial transplants show lack of predictability when no prior antibiotic treatment is given to recipient


A fecal microbial transplant—giving a recipient fecal matter from a donor to change the recipient’s gut microbial community in the colon—has been a successful last resort therapy for people with recurrent Clostridium difficile infection after multiple rounds of suppressive antibiotics have eliminated the recipient microbial community.

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