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May 12th, 2017

Podcast 207: Fecal transplants, the gut microbiome and future medical care

All previous editions are available at podcasts.jwatch.org. I overheard this week’s guest, Zain Kassam, discussing his work at OpenBiome a few weeks ago. All those microbes in our intestines seem destined to play an important role in the future of medical care. Right now, fecal transplants are used against Clostridium difficile infection. Dr. Kassam kindly agreed […]


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