sou wrote:I would consider it if I were a genetically modified mouse having an autoimmune disorder. I think this is not applicable to humans, though.
Yet another "give-me-funds" rubbish "MS research".
I don't remember ever reading these names on the side of any probiotic I've seen....The stool assessment showed 25% of cases relapsed within an estimated 166 days from baseline. A shorter relapse time was associated with an absence of Fusobacteria, but a higher level of Firmicutes, and presence of the Archaea Euryarchaeota.
After adjusting for age and other variables, only the Fusobacteria phylum remained significant. Its absence versus presence was associated with a 76% chance of an earlier relapse...
One of my doctors ( Who has MS ) is in Scotland visiting a FMT clinic. Clearly 'Poo' is the future. Some Believe that poop banks are The new 'currency'.
http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/1378 ... ff_in_NHS/
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