As of May 25, 2018, residents of the European Union and the European Economic Area have new privacy and data protection rights, under the General Data Protection Regulation
As a result, many organizations and websites have changed their privacy policies to comply with the GDPR.
privacy policies have not changed. We have always left the decisions about what personal information to share up to you, protected information on our site, and removed personal information on request.
A few privacy facts
You do not need to supply any personal information in order to visit Marrowforums
and read our main pages or forum discussions.
If you want to post your own messages, you may do so anonymously by using a forum user name.
When you post in the Marrowforums
forums, protecting your privacy is a partnership:
You must consider the risks of sharing medical information and other personal information online in order to seek information, advice, or support that can help you cope with a bone marrow failure disease.
We'll help you use our site, protect the information you share in the forums or that you provide to us privately, and never use your personal information for advertising.