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How they work
Why should you allow cookies to be used?
By using cookies, YourTreatmentChoices.com 'knows' that you have been on the site before. This is useful as we can see what regular visitors to the site are doing and what single use visitors are doing. This helps us see what works and what doesn't, and generally improve the functionality of the site.
Most web browsers give you the option to block cookies. You can block all cookies or you can be selective about which ones are accepted.
The YourTreatmentChoices.com website has limited functionality if its cookies are blocked. You will not be able to sign in to the site, and therefore will be unable to answer matching questions, connect with our screening nurses or any trial sites.
YourTreatmentChoices.com uses 5 cookies. Namely
- Location - This cookie is a session cookie that stores some location details of the users' browser, namely the latitude and longitude, the town, country, country ISO code, IP address, continent and time zone. As the name suggests, YourTreatmentChoices.com uses it to enhance what we know about the users of the website and will help with improving the website.
- Search - This cookie stores the last condition and location searched for, as well as the previous results retrieved. They are used to enhance the website experience by allowing the user to easily search again for the previous search and to go through the list of results.
- User – This cookie contains user details about the signed in user. This does not include the users' password, encrypted or otherwise.
- Visitor_id – This is a traditional cookie which is used to uniquely identify a visitor to the website.
- Analytical cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around the site when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily. You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below: