QUANTITATIVE GENOMIC MEDICINE LABORATORIES, S.L. (hereinafter QGENOMICS) informs you of its policy on protection of personal data and reserves the right to modify it, informing you previously of the changes that occur, through this notice.
By voluntarily providing your personal data through any form on this web page or email message and accepting your shipment, you expressly authorize QGENOMICS to treat and include the data submitted in a file owned by QGENOMICS .
The purpose of the collection and processing of personal data that you provide to us is to be able to contact you to respond to your request, in order to provide you with commercial and promotional information related, directly or indirectly, to our products and/or services, either electronically or by any other means.
In case you send us your curriculum vitae, your personal data will be included in a file owned by QGENOMICS which objective is to manage the different applications received.
QGENOMICS has adopted the necessary technical measures to avoid alteration, loss or unauthorized processing of the personal data you provide us, given the limitations of the Internet.
QGENOMICS expresses its commitment to confidentiality regarding the processing of your personal data.
At all times you have the right to access the information that affects you, rectify it if it is wrong, cancel it or oppose to the fact that it is treated, by e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to carrer Joan XXIII, 10 , 08950 Esplugues de Llobregat.
In accordance with Law 41/2002 Regulating the Autonomy of the Patient and Law 15/1999 on Protection of Personal Data, the applicant for the test must be in possession of the patient’s consent to carry out the requested tests and to the treatment of the patient’s personal data. The laboratory tests are requested and prescribed by the doctors so it is the doctor, and not the laboratory, responsible for obtaining the informed consent of the patient essential to perform the test.
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The user can freely decide about the implantation of our cookies or not on his hard disk as well as their elimination, following the procedure established in the help section of his navigator. The user can also configure his browser to accept or reject by default all cookies or to receive a warning on the screen of the reception of each cookie and decide at that moment its implementation or not on his hard drive.
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