There, deep inside
you filter and distribute
you share and separate
you multiply and lubricate
you scoop and harvest the fabric of life …
Counting on you I expect justice:
I love my life: Don’t you betray me!
and don’t let die my song.
Patients play the central role in all the activities of our Foundation. A strong sense of responsibility and adherence to high standards of ethical conduct motivate our daily work and we strive to help our patients by identifying their liver disease and treating them with the best treatments.
The Foundation of Liver Diseases cultivated a close relationship with the university center and focuses its responsibility also in the Development and testing of new and/or better therapeutic options.
The care of patients with liver diseases not only applies to the liver as an isolated organ but also includes many aspects of medicine. Therefore, a multidisciplinary approach is necessary and our Foundation fosters and encourages an active and open communication culture, both in-house and towards other medical disciplines as well as towards general practitioners and patients.
Patients with rare liver diseases often face a long history of endured pain before a proper and accurate diagnosis is made and the real reasons for their diseases are identified. Such patients need a multidisciplinary management of physicians who are familiar and well trained with such rare liver diseases. With a catchment area of several million, we take care of patients with diseases like the Wilson’s disease, genetic cholestatic diseases (PFIC, BRIC), adenomatose, polycystic liver diseases, congenital hepatic fibrosis, vascular liver disease (e.g. Osler`s disease), porphyria, glycogenosis, cystic fibrosis and others. As experts in liver diseases we accept your inquiries and medical assignments which you might please address directly to email@example.com.
Over the past ten years, enormous medial advances have been made in the treatment of liver diseases
Haemochromatosis (iron accumulation)
Alpha-1 Antitrypsin deficiency
Wilson disease (copper accumulation)
Gilbert's Syndrome, etc
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic liver diseases
Drug induced liver injury