Could Our Microbiome Treat Mental Disease and Other Illnesses?


December 20, 2019 | Psychology Today

Chris Gilbert, MD, PhD 

We are always looking for innovative new treatments, from immunotherapy to gene therapy to novel antibiotics. But what if we had innovative new treatments inside our own body, namely our gut bacteria? What if some people’s gut bacteria could be used for treating other people’s diseases? It has happened in the past. Past and present use of people’s microbiome...

Can Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) Aid in Cancer Treatment?


November 21, 2019 


Progenabiome's Jordan Daniels is slated to present a Case Study of metastatic mesothelioma treated with Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) as adjunctive therapy to Pembrolizumab. For years, Progenabiome's CEO Dr. Sabine Hazan-Steinberg, has used FMT to treat patients with Clostridioides Difficile (C.diff) using a process to restore their microbiome. While FMT is a...

Doctors Come Together at FDA During C.diff Awareness Month, Advocate for Treatments


November 13, 2019

Yahoo! Finance

Several doctors spoke before the FDA in Washington D.C. on November 4, advocating for C.diff treatment improvements. Among those in attendance were gastroenterologists Paul Feuerstadt (Yale), Colleen Kelly (Brown), Sahil Khanna (Mayo Clinic), Jessica Allegretti (Harvard), Zain Kassam (Finch), and Sabine Hazan (Progenabiome). They continue to...

C.DIFF BREAKTHROUGH: Genetic Lab to Share Gut Microbiome Discovery at ACG 2019


October 28, 2019

Yahoo! Finance

Progenabiome, a physician-owned genetic sequencing laboratory, found cutting-edge data on Clostridium difficile (C.diff), a disease burdening 500,000+ Americans yearly. They will present a validated, verified, and reproduced C.diff Assay at The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) 2019 Annual...

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live


March 20, 2019 | VC Reporter

Kathy Jean Schultz

As a “yuk factor,” few topics can compete with poop. Also known as human waste, excrement, feces or fecal matter.

Poop being used as medicine scores even higher on the socially unacceptable scale. Yet it can be effective treatment for an infection that causes nonstop diarrhea, a sometimes fatal [...]