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Iiro Rantala 24 Oct 14
With piano You're bound to try weird positions.....
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Bradley Masschelein Sep 14
Many people have donated blood, but has anyone thought of being a poop donor? Fecal bacteriotherapy research is suggesting that stool transplants could replace antibiotics in fighting clostridium difficile infections.
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Kurtis Pilkington Sep 14
We’ve all heard of organ transplants but would you get a poop transplant? Research suggests that stool transplants may be the key to curing antibacterial resistant C. difficile infections.
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Katerina Corona Sep 13
check out this video on CTV about the benefits of a “POOP” pill. Fecal bacteriotherapy by colonoscopy mentioned by has a huge success rate so the discovery of this treatment in a non-invasive, equally effective way is a great success!
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Erin Young Sep 12
Gut microbiota dysbiosis is associated with diseases such as Crohn's disease, IBS, obesity, etc. Could fecal bacteriotherapy be used to treat more than just pathogenic bacterial infections like CDI? Do our guts need an intervention?
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Margaret Marciniak Sep 20
CDI is the inability for normal intestinal bacteria to recover and restore itself, by transplanting stool substitutes 25% became abundant in colonizing the colon. What are other factors that can influence microbial communities?
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Ana al revés. Apr 11
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Natalie Perrin Sep 19
So self-driving cars are pretty crazy, but so is discovering that people with Clostridium difficile infection can be aided by infusing donor's stool (poo!) into their intestine; it helps achieve a normal bacterial content in the gut!
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Matthew James Richards Apr 8
Shifnal, Piano Tuning, Shropshire, England. Tuned a 'Petrof' Upright Piano dating from the early 1980s. Very high quality made Pianos Matthew James Richards Piano Tuning Services
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Ashley Hornby Sep 24
Fecal bacteriotherapy or stool transplants are being used to treat C. difficile infection. The stool substitute is made from purified bacterial cultures taken from a donor's intestine. The treatment leads to no symptoms after 2-3 days as shown by .
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Venables Theatre Jun 29
the Theatre has a beautiful Petrof grand piano located in the lobby which was donated by the Agnes Sutherland Memorial Fund. The Petrof is available for rehearsals, recitals & even concerts, contact manager@venablestheatre.ca to book!
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ᗩᒪIᑕE ᔕTᗩᑎIᖴOᖇᗪ 10 Jun 15
Second stage of tonight's event and the is out
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Sarah Slean 26 Mar 16
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Ashley Waller Auctioneers 7 Apr 18
This Ant Petrof grand piano is entered into our next auction of Furniture and collectables on Thursday 12th April at 10 am at Four Oaks SK11 9DU - It's one of many lots already received. @ashley_waller_auctions
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Mark Tedder Apr 11
Now this is how you lift a 700lb baby grand from our Prague dayz @ Kona International Airport
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En Vogue 14 Jun 15
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Mark McKeown 29 Jun 16
Had myself a pleasant morning at work!
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Yuran Zhang Sep 20
Rather than transplanting poop to cure Clostridium difficile infection, researchers found synthetic stool subsitute offers a safer approach as it doesn't contain pathogens. Could this be a hint of using certain isolates to prevent diseases?
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Ryan Marvel May 9
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PianoforteSanAntonio 10 Feb 17
PianoforteofSanAntonio. Piano Sold Same day delivery any place in Texas, need a piano moved call the piano specialists Since 1969.
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