Dr. Thomas Louie, right, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Calgary, administers fecal transplant pills to a patient in his lab in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Thursday, Sept. 26, ... more 
Dr. Thomas Louie, right, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Calgary, administers fecal transplant pills to a patient in his lab in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. "There's no stool left - just stool bugs. These people are not eating poop," and there are no smelly burps because the contents aren't released until they're well past the stomach, Louie said. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntosh) less 
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