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“He (Fred Slape) was retired three years to the day that he was diagnosed,” she said. “What’s sad is the cancer markers he had were for ovarian cancer and other cancers men can’t have. That’s what these toxins do to the body — they just spew stuff all over the place. Most of our people (tracked by Burn Pits 360) who have gotten cancer have not survived longer than two years.”

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It’s not clear how poop transplants compare to those drugs.

It’s also not clear if repeated fecal transplants would help patients who don’t respond immediately to the first one.

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