Fecal Transplants Cure Most Cases of C. Difficile, The New England Journal of Medicine Reveals
Published: Jan 17, 2013
Fecal transplants cure most cases of persistent C. difficile infection, a landmark study has shown. That comes as no surprise to the increasing numbers of people who have turned to this unorthodox treatment for relief from the debilitating condition. But this publication marks the first time a randomized controlled trial -- the most reliable type of study -- has shown that the treatment is effective.