Fecal Transplants

New guidelines add fecal transplant to C. diff treatment recommendations


Fecal transplants should be considered for patients with recurrent cases of Clostridium difficile whose symptoms cannot be addressed by antibiotics, the Infectious Diseases Society of America said in new guidelines published Thursday.

Frozen fecal transplants cure C. diff, could be a game-changer, researchers say


Fecal transplants to cure Clostridium difficile could become more common, following a trial that successfully used frozen stool specimens, according to researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital.