cereneo Triathlon

Terms of use of cereneo Schweiz AG


The website www.cereneotriathlon.ch (hereinafter „website“) is operated by cereneo Switzerland AG, Seestrasse 18, CH-6354 Vitznau (hereinafter „cereneo“ or „we“).

By visiting this website, people who access the website (hereinafter „user“) agree to comply with these terms of use. With the access to the website, the users in particular agree to accept the warranty and liability exclusion in these terms of use.

The terms of use can be updated at any time. Updates of the terms of use shall be effective immediately upon their publication on the website. The users are obliged to regularly visit this website in order to find out about the current version of the terms of use.

Health-related information

Health-related information, in particular information about neurological diseases, as well as therapeutic options, which is presented and listed on this website or in publications and other content uploaded or provided on this website, is provided to the user for general information purposes. There is no claim to professional completeness. THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEBSITE DOES NOT REPLACE THE INDIVIDUAL DIAGNOSIS OR ADVICE BY A PHYSICIAN OR QUALIFIED MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL.

Rights to the content of the website

This website and all parts thereof, including the content, are only for informational purposes.

All contents (texts, pictures, graphics, sound, video and animation files) on the website are protected by trademark-, patent-, copy- and other rights for protection of the intellectual property. The rights to the content belong either to cereneo or have been licensed by third parties to cereneo. By using this website, none of these rights are transferred to the user. The user is not granted any use rights beyond the purpose of information.

The use of the website and its content is only permitted for private purposes. The user is thereby not allowed to change the content. The removal of references to copy- and trademark rights is prohibited.

Any further use of the content without the consent of cereneo is strictly forbidden. In particular, any form of duplication, distribution, transmission or processing of the content or parts thereof for commercial purposes is forbidden. Without the consent of cereneo, any form of publication of the content or parts thereof, as well as any publications of papers, which are essentially based on the content of the website or parts thereof is forbidden, also for non-commercial purposes.

Information submitted by the users

All personal data transmitted in electronic communication via this website is subject to the data privacy policy of this website. The sender of any communication to or through this website is responsible for the content as well as the information contained therein, including their correctness and accuracy.

Exclusion of warranty and liability

Although cereneo makes every effort to ensure the correctness and up-to-dateness of the information on this website, inaccuracies and mistakes cannot be excluded completely.

cereneo reserves the right to change the information and the content on the website or to no longer operate the website at any time without prior notice.


cereneo disclaims all liability for mistakes. In addition, cereneo disclaims all liability for damages or consequential damages resulting from the access to the website or its contents, their use or from the lack of access to the website.

Links to other websites

Links to websites of third parties are offered in the sense of a courtesy. cereneo does not approve the linked content and explicitly rejects any responsibility for third-party information and its use.

Data protection

By visiting the website as well as with certain functionalities on the website, cereneo collects and processes personal data. Further information on the collection and processing of personal data can be found in the data privacy policy. The data privacy policy is hereby included as an integral part of these terms of use.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

Swiss substantive law is applicable on these terms of use and any question in connection with the use of the website.

The courts in Vitznau, Switzerland, have the exclusive jurisdiction for disputes arising out of or in connection with these terms of use or with the visit and use of the website.

Last changed at [21st of July 2017]