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Information we collect
TheAnswerPage.com may be previewed anonymously by any user with access to the web site. For complete access to the web site, registration is required. Registration is free. To participate in CME related activity, both registration and a paid subscription are required. When registering, you provide us with a limited amount of information about yourself such as your name, e-mail address, and area of professional specialty. CME activity requires additional information such as credit card information for subscription payment.
Use of information we collect
The Answer Page uses the information we collect for the sole purpose of customizing and improving the service we offer to our readers. For example, we may send readers identifying themselves as interested in our CME program an e-mail message notifying them of developments in that program. The Answer Page will never share information you provide to us with any other entity without your consent. The Answer Page may provide basic information about its CME users and their use of the site to our accrediting body, according to ACCME (Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education) requirements.
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You may view and alter your personal information profile by visiting the "My Account" tab and clicking on "My Profile". You may view the log of your CME activity (if you are a subscribed CME user) by visiting the "My Account" tab and clicking on "My CME". You may remove yourself from our e-mail list by visiting the "My Account" tab and clicking on "My Profile".
Disputes and Revisions
If you choose to use TheAnswerPage.com, your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Statement, including limitations on damages, arbitration of disputes, and application of the law of the state of Massachusetts. If you have any concern about privacy at TheAnswerPage.com, please send us a thorough description to email@example.com, and we will try to resolve it. This Statement is subject to change. We may e-mail you periodically to update you of changes in this Privacy Statement if you have elected to give us your e-mail address. Readers should also check this page on our site for any changes to this Privacy Statement.