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Long-term care following paediatric liver transplantation
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    The long-term psychosocial impact of living-related donation in paediatric transplant recipients
    • Raymond Reding, surgeon, head of the pediatric liver transplantation programme
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      • Isabelle Aujoulat

    Dear Sir,

    We read with great interest the concise and accurate summary of P J McKiernan regarding best-practice milestones for long-term care following paediatric liver transplantation (1).

    Although we fully agree with all medical considerations raised by the author, we reckon that the complexity of the psychosocial challenges met by the patients and their families as they adjust to the process of organ...

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