Fecal Discretion

Fecal transplanters, fear not. The US Food and Drug Administration is exercising enforcement discretion for the transplantation of fecal microbiota, NPR's Shots blog says. The agency had recently said that it would be requiring doctors who performed the procedure to file Investigational New Drug applications.

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