Here’s Why People Are Donating Their Poop to Science




“At 40 bucks a poop, fecal donors can cash in on their flushings – and improve others’ health.

“It’s harder to be a stool donor at OpenBiome than it is to be accepted into Harvard or MIT – that’s the level of rigor it takes,” says Dr. Majdi Osman, an internal medicine physician and the nonprofit’s clinical program director. That’s because most of the chosen stool will eventually end up in someone else’s colon; if it’s not carefully screened, the recipient could wind up with any number of medical conditions with potential links to the microbiome.”

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