Reporter Moises Velasquez-Manoff from the New York Times writes about the possibilities of autologous stool banking and the pilot launch of OpenBiome's personalized microbiome banking service, PersonalBiome.
He asks, "Why, I wondered, didn’t doctors work harder to prevent this collateral damage, not with store-bought probiotics, but with “microbial restoration”? Why didn’t we reinfuse patients with their own microbes after antibiotics?"
Read the full article here.
Find out about how to participate in OpenBiome's pilot launch of PersonalBiome here.