Thrive IVF clinical trial
Our Commitment to Privacy
ThriveIVF.com is operated by CAHG℠. Your privacy is important to us. When you provide us with personal and confidential information, we safeguard that information and make sure that it is used only for the purposes you intend. To better protect your privacy, we provide this notice explaining our online information practices.
Information Collected and Stored Automatically
When you visit the research study website, we may store some or all of the following: the Internet address from which you access the website, date and time, the Internet address of the website from which you linked to our site, the name of the file or words you searched, items clicked on a page, and the browser and operating system used. This information is used to measure the number of visitors to the various sections of our site and identify system performance or problem areas. We also use this information to help us expand the coverage of the site, to analyze patterns of usage, and to make the site more useful.
How We Use Your Information
We use your personal information in order to determine if you may be eligible to participate in a research study. You can be sure that:
- We will not use your personal information without your permission.
- We will not share your personal information with anyone without your explicit approval.
- We will keep your personal information private and secure for the duration of the study website.
CAHG does not sell information to outside parties, but may share personal information with designated research study sites. Information is shared only if a website user has successfully completed a prescreening questionnaire and expressly agreed to have their information shared. Information may be used by study sites to further determine if a person may be eligible to participate in a research study.
For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, we use software programs to monitor traffic, to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.
Federal regulations called the "Privacy Rule" were issued under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The Privacy Rule protects certain health information and balances an individual's need to keep health information confidential with benefits that may be gained from health care research. HIPAA regulations cover certain corporate entities, although CAHG℠ is not a covered entity as defined by these regulations. However, because CAHG℠ works with organizations that may be covered entities, we have adopted additional safeguards to further protect the privacy of potential clinical trial volunteers.
The Patients Voice in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial Participation: What motivates the willingness of HIV infected people to take part in HIV/AIDS clinical trials?
Book (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing)
Call to step up the pace of TB-HIV collaborative activities — Weekly Blitz
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What do recent clinical trials teach us?
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