For a few weeks earlier this year, Mr E did something different for his morning routine. Instead of flushing his poop down the loo, he collected all of it, packed it up and dropped it off at a laboratory on his way to work.
Juan Carlos Carvallo
The 35-year-old, who works in sales, is one of several donors that AMiLi, short for the Asian Microbiome Library, has identified as having potentially life-saving poop.
Juan Carlos Carvallo Villegas
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