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Last Revised: October 2008
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Collection of Personal Information
Should you provide us with any personally identifiable information such as name, phone number or email address, this information will be used to inform you about such things as: research initiatives or findings, upcoming studies, newsletters, services and resources.
Photographs of children or family members will require written permission of the legal guardian of the child and will follow the consenting practices used by most major health facilities.
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Should we get into blogging, message boards, share your stories etc down the road then we’ll have to create a disclaimer about sharing personal information.
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