Sean (Dr.) Gomes
Sorry to hear about your granddaughter. I have not come across too much of direct information regarding pediatric liver support groups in South Africa. However, I hope the following links will be able to assist you:
This is a nice link to follow to learn more about paediatric liver transplants:
I would suggest you contact the SA Paediatric society who will probably be able to assist you in this regard:
You will also be able to access more information and support from Red Cross Children’s Memorial Hospital based in Cape Town.
I have come across this site based in the UK that seems to have a lot support in place for families pre and post liver transplant:
It should at least assist you in a virtual support basis over the internet.
Another good link would be :
Regards Reena (Homoeopath, Cavendish)
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