Stool Bank for C. diff Treatment Open in Cambridge

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In September, researchers opened OpenBiome in Cambridge, Mass., a nonprofit stool bank that prepares feces samples for use in fecal microbiota transplantation, according to a boston.com report.

The stool bank charges $250 per treatment and has sent out more than 130 samples to physicians for use in the treatment of C. difficile infections.

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