Designer $hit

Feature Documentary

Client | The Best Part Inc.
Service | Design, Illustration, 2D Animation, Online, Colour, Sound Editorial and Mixing

In the documentary ‘Designer $hit,’ director Saffron Cassaday, who has battled ulcerative colitis for almost ten years, embarks on a quest to explore if FMT could be her cure. The film offers a personal view on the burgeoning field of microbiome research, a topic gaining immense attention. Cassaday herself discussed this on CNN’s podcast ‘Chasing Life’ with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. With over 400 active clinical trials, fecal transplants are being studied for their potential in treating diverse conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, autism, bi-polar depression, cancer, and COVID-19. This expansive research is drawing interest from scientists, pharmaceutical companies, and entrepreneurs alike. ‘Designer $hit’ aims to amplify the voices of those with chronic illnesses and reduce the stigma around a topic that affects everyone, highlighting the promise and challenges of this innovative treatment.”

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Designer $hit

Feature Documentary

Client | The Best Part Inc.
Service | Design, Illustration, 2D Animation, Online, Colour, Sound Editorial and Mixing

In the documentary ‘Designer $hit,’ director Saffron Cassaday, who has battled ulcerative colitis for almost ten years, embarks on a quest to explore if FMT could be her cure. The film offers a personal view on the burgeoning field of microbiome research, a topic gaining immense attention. Cassaday herself discussed this on CNN’s podcast ‘Chasing Life’ with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. With over 400 active clinical trials, fecal transplants are being studied for their potential in treating diverse conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, autism, bi-polar depression, cancer, and COVID-19. This expansive research is drawing interest from scientists, pharmaceutical companies, and entrepreneurs alike. ‘Designer $hit’ aims to amplify the voices of those with chronic illnesses and reduce the stigma around a topic that affects everyone, highlighting the promise and challenges of this innovative treatment.”

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