Michael Hurst 
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Re: “The Future of Feces

In addition to successfully treating c. dif, fecal transplants can also be used to treat Ulcerative Colitis. I was able to use fecal transplants to successfully treat my case of Ulcerative Colitis after all other treatment approached had failed to bring about a sustained remission and it brought me to the brink of surgery in March 2011. Fortunately I found an article in the Journal of Gastrogenterology where Dr. Thomas Borody had documented several cases of Ulcerative Colitis that were successfully treated using fecal transplants.

So I cancelled surgery just dates before I was scheduled to go under the knife and after struggling to find doctors who would do it, I ended up doing it myself at home. Now over two years later I am still free of any Ulcerative Colitis symptoms without any medications or special diets and supplements. In a word I am CURED, and don't have to do anything now to maintain this newfound good health. For more about my experience and how you can use this treatment approach to restore yourself to good health, go to my website http://www.FecalTransplant.org



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Posted by Michael K Hurst on 11/14/2013 at 1:17 PM

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