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Medfacts.com Privacy Policy


Medfacts.com, hereafter "Medfacts", is committed to protecting our user's privacy. Medfacts does not share or publish any user data. Any visitor information that is gathered is used only to improve the site. We do not store any information that enables us to personally identify you.

What information do our servers collect?

We collect the following anonymous visitor statistics:

Do we collect personal information?

No. We do not obtain any personal information about you. We do not collect the location or any personal information of users who ask questions. Some users to give us their e-mail address when submitting feedback messages so that we can send a personal response. Those email addresses will never be made public.

How do we use the information we collect?

Medfacts will never sell, lease or share personal information with a third party. Visitor statistics are collected and used to track the number of visitors to Medfacts.

What about other websites?

Medfact's Privacy Policy applies strictly to pages hosted at Medfacts.com. Other websites, including those that advertise on Medfacts or that Medfacts links to, have their own policies. Medfacts does not share personal information with any websites.

How do I use "Ask a Question"?

You may submit a question, along with any pertinent information, including pictures of your ailment. Please do not include any personal information when writing your question. If you attach photographs, please be sure to omit any personally identifiable markers. Your question will be analyzed by our health staff before it is displayed to the public. We will remove any emails or names from the question details.

Can you remove my question?

If you have asked a question and would like it removed, please email us at admin at medfacts dot com. Be sure to give us the question URL. Please allow up to 5 days for us to remove your question.

Does Medfacts use "cookies" to collect user information?

No. Medfacts does not use cookies.

Information about Google and the DoubleClick DART cookie

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site. Google's use of the DART cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to user based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

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