Weird Facts-Company Will Pay You Up To $26,000 To Poop In Their Toilet.
Sounds Strange But True, Believe It.
Just because something doesn't make sense to you at first, doesn't mean it will not make a whole lot of sense later.
This is one of those things.
Stop flushing money down the toilet.
A company will pay you 40 Bucks for each poop/stool sample you give them..
Why??? They use them for research and for fighting a little known, but widely prevalent illness called C. difficile.
"Quote from company" C. difficile is an aggressive intestinal bug that affects about 500,000 Americans each year, 20% of whom find that the infection comes back, even after they take antibiotics. For these patients, daily life becomes defined by their proximity to a restroom. Every year, about 30,000 people die from C. difficile.
Where antibiotics have failed, though, a new treatment called fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) has been shown to be effective 90% of the time. In this procedure, stool from a healthy donor is transplanted into a patient’s colon. OpenBiome helps expand safe access to this procedure by rigorously screening donors and processing their stool to produce fecal microbiota preparations for use in clinical settings. Sign up to become a donor, and your stool could help change a patient’s life.
If interested, first you have to join their Stool Registry, then you are on your way to getting paid for something you never imagined would have monetary value.
Getting paid 26,000 thousand dollars to use someone else's bathroom is one of the best deals you probably will ever come across.
When you register, you will answer several questions, so they can determine, if you are compatible with their program. Basically you have to be fairly healthy, not grossly overweight, and a few other easy qualifications.
They even have bonuses in place if you volunteer to help them with their project for at least 5 days a week.
The company is called,"OpenBiome" and is situated in Medford, Mass.
You can kill two birds with one poop, make some good money in a non-straining way, and help some people have better lives, even maybe save a few.