From: Bob K.
Sent: October 17, 2014
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Would you swallow a frozen poop pill?
These fecal transplants are about 90 percent successful, but they typically require invasive and uncomfortable colonoscopies or nasogastric tubes, which run from the nose down to the stomach. "Just getting the tube down is a problem," Elizabeth Hohmann of Massachusetts General Hospital tells NPR. And what if people gag and vomit? Would they inhale fecal matter? "That's pretty scary,” she adds. (Continue Reading)