The following two referral physicians of the Swiss Centre for Liver Disease in Children are fully responsible for the content of this website: Dr Valérie McLin and Prof. Barbara Wildahber. Each article, page supplement and update are validated by one of the two physicians in charge and then translated by an official translator into the three languages before being made available online by the editorial manager, Roxane Grant, a trained paramedic.

The information provided via this website is intended to improve and not to replace the relationship existing between the patient (or the visitor of this website) and his/her physician.

The main purpose of this website is to satisfy the needs and answer the questions of the patients and families who are interested in liver transplantation.

It may also be of interest for the healthcare professionals.


The personal data concerning the visitors of our site, including their identity, is confidential. The website manager commits to meet the Swiss legal requirements on confidentiality and not to disclose such information to any third party.


The physicians who have participated in the improvement of this website do not have any conflict of interests with the pharmaceutical industry or with laboratories or manufacturers of medical products or devices.


Our website does not host any form of advertising.


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Our website is logistically supported by HUG and funded by private donations and foundations (see donor’s page)


We would like to thank Lucianne Andreatta-Merglen and Tatiana Fores for their assistance in drafting the texts posted on this website.

We would also like to thank the transplantation department managers of Texas Children’s Hospital for allowing us to inspire from their “Liver Transplantation Family Education Notebook”.