A post-doc's point of view on bioinformatics, evolution, and microbial diversity; with an interest in cutting edge computer tools that make them all a bit easier.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
I couldn't pass up blogging about this recent news article that discusses how transplanting feces to patients with C. difficile can cure their illness. I think it is a great example of how important and natural a balanced microfauna is to human health. I think in a short time we will start to see "probiotic" (I really hate that word) medical treatments on the rise.