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The Internet Medical Journal has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy.
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Personal Information: This domain does not host any patient information. All published articles discussing patients maintain strict confidentiality.
Users of our website may decide to join the discussion. All personal information disclosed when joining the forum is keep strictly confidential. We do not share any personal information with any third parties. We do share collective data with advertisers (e.g. number of registered users, average age of registered users) but nothing that will personally identify anyone. Our site’s optional registration form for those wishing to participate in our continuing medical education (CME) programs requires users to give us contact information (their email address) in order to meet CME accreditation requirements.
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