WASTE NOT: Can poo transplants cure malnutrition?

Sunday Times

"For physicians and researchers involved in the Cape Town trial, dubbed Thrive, healthy faecal matter is like gold. They believe it could be a fix for the 40% of severely malnourished children who do not respond fully to nutritional feeding.

SA will be the first country on the continent to test if such transfers can prevent stunting from malnutrition, which impairs mental development and dramatically increases child mortality rates. Malnutrition is common in SA and affects 19-million children globally."

 

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