I don't know. This study was aimed at UC patients. 80-90% is awesome!
"In an earlier study, the McMaster researchers found that seven of eight UC patients responded to fecal transplants and six patients remained well one year following treatment. “We’re seeing success rates of 80 to 90 per cent. This kind of clinical trial is absolutely essential for a new treatment to become a standard of care,” says Dr. Surette, who holds a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Interdisciplinary Microbiome Research and is well known for his research on the complex relationships between bacteria and disease. "
I tried the "home" version without success, but in a controlled environment with proper tools to administer it would render a better result, I think. Too late for us.