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Stool transplants outperform antibiotics, with guest Aamer Imdad, MBBS, on Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Alternative treatment shows promise against risky infection

A common and potentially dangerous infection can be treated better through stool transplantation than antibiotics, explains an Upstate doctor involved in researching the diarrheal illness known as C. diff (Clostridioides difficile). Aamer Imdad, MBBS, explains the value of introducing someone else's feces into a C. diff patient. Imdad is an assistant professor of pediatrics, specializing in nutrition and pediatric gastroenterology.