beschizza at July 9th, 2013 15:21 — #1
Marie Myung-Ok-Lee in the New York Times: I delivered my first donation, in Tupperware, and Gene took it into the privacy of his bathroom. I stayed, just in case I was needed, and after about half an hour, he came out and told me, with a look of wonder, that he was feeling better already.… READ THE REST
beschizza at July 9th, 2013 15:29 — #2
retepslluerb at July 9th, 2013 16:29 — #3
Ah, apparently a relinguistic issue…
Though I could understand “detonator” if fecal transplants of bean eaters are involved.
d_r at July 9th, 2013 16:38 — #4
Nevertheless, 'tis better to give than to receive.
codinghorror at July 9th, 2013 16:40 — #5
nungesser at July 9th, 2013 18:11 — #6
Pooping back and forth. Forever.
techdeviant at July 9th, 2013 18:18 — #7
I don't know if I would ever go through with this procedure, despite my own small struggle with my intestines. But I wish the FDA and medical community would figure out some sane and safe rules on how it should all work legally, so its not such a burden to go through this procedure as it currently is.
noahdjango at July 9th, 2013 19:00 — #8
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knoxblox at July 9th, 2013 19:08 — #9
I see what you did there.
knoxblox at July 9th, 2013 19:09 — #10
I have difficulty with nasal polyps. I wonder if a booger transplant would help.
Sorry. I couldn't help myself.
tcburks at July 9th, 2013 19:54 — #11
beschizza at July 14th, 2013 15:21 — #12
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