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Technical assistant Eliska Didyk wears protective gloves while displaying a bottle containing human fecal solution, frozen to minus 20 degrees celsius for short-term storage, in an OpenBiome laboratory, in Medford, Mass. With many patients no longer responding to potent antibiotics, stool has emerged as a surprisingly effective treatment for hard-to-treat gut infections. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)