There even are YouTube videos on how to do a
similar treatment at home via an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>enema</span>
study in a
medical journal of a
small number of these "do-it-yourself" cases suggests the approach is safe
Dr. Thomas Louie, an infectious dis
t at the University of Calgary, devis
ed a better way — a one-time treatment custom-made for each patient.
Donor stool, usually from a relative, is
processed in the lab to take out food and extract the bacteria and clean it.