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Although the greatest possible care is and has been devoted to the content of this website, no rights can be derived from it. We do not accept any liability for damage that may result from the information published by it or the (incorrect) application thereof.
Our website does not provide medical advice. If you have health problems, we advise you to contact your general practitioner or specialist at all times. This also applies to patients who are being treated or have already been treated by our healthcare professionals.
The sites to which our website links are regularly checked by the communication professionals employed by our partners for the reliability of the information provided. Nevertheless, we can never be held responsible for the content of third-party pages. We are not responsible for the content of those other websites, for the privacy protection on those websites or for the services that may be offered through those websites.
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