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Poo Pills: Our Answer to Dangerous Superbug Infections

Since the internet first heard about poo transplants, perceptions of this procedure have changed from everyone freaking out to a growing appreciation of gut microbiota and its complexities.

Now a study has shown that for people with a type of dangerous gut infection, a poo treatment doesn't even have to involve a colonoscopy - it's enough to swallow capsules instead.

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