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Australia's first public stool bank is paying people to donate their poo for faecal transplants

Tuesday 10, Mar 2020

The stool is used for patients requiring faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), a breakthrough treatment with a 90 per cent cure rate of chronic bowel disorders.

BiomeBank's founders, doctors Sam Costello and Rob Byrant, want to increase accessibility to the lifesaving treatment and are encouraging more people to donate their poo.