Consensus Guidelines on FMT

Recent links from AGA for FMT (fecal microbiota transplantation) for Clostridium difficile –excellent resource:

Also, summary of recent abstracts from ACG regarding FMT for C difficile, IBS, and IBD:

Some previous blog posts on this topic:

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