FMT Group on Facebook

Discussion started by Tracy Mac 5 years ago

 

As many of you know, I write The Power of Poo blog and have just launched an FMT Discussion Group on Facebook. It’s a place to share experiences on home infusion, FMT clinics, FMT-friendly practitioners and donor testing. Members may also wish to recruit others in their region to lobby local health practitioners and colonic clinics to offer FMT or local universities to conduct trials on FMT for their condition.  The key is to present a united front and a compelling case that can't be ignored.  

 

I’m guessing most members won’t want membership of a fecal transplant group showing on their profile. So it’s a private membership-only group that won’t display on your profile. To join just send a friendrequest to Sally Jones.

 

Let’s hope that this Facebook site won't be necessary in a few years' time when safe, accessible FMT becomes available to those who need it through normal medical channels!

 

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Tracy Mac
Tracy Mac
Thanks, they are already listed in my site.
5 years ago
idkwia
idkwia
FMT is available at a clinic in the UK. Cost is £4000 for 10 daily infusions. They call it Bacteriotherapy. Here is their website: taymount.com/#
5 years ago
Doorie
Doorie
Thank you for setting this up.
Cheers,
5 years ago

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