Most of the information found on the Anticancer Fund website may be freely reproduced or reused. The Anticancer Fund should be credited as the source and a link to the specific page should be included. Please note that 3rd-party content created outside the Anticancer Fund may be owned by an individual writer or designer or be the property of another organisation. In such cases, it is necessary to contact the writer, artist, or publisher to obtain permission for reuse.
We encourage individuals and organizations to link to the Anticancer Fund website (https://www.anticancerfund.org). The ACF website is periodically revised, and content may be deleted or moved. We try to ensure that existing links will redirect to the new page(s).
The ACF website includes links to external websites. These links are for your convenience and to supplement ACF content. Selection of external links is at ACF’s discretion and does not imply endorsement of external organisations, their products, or their services. The ACF does not guarantee the currency, accuracy, relevance, or completeness of information found on linked external websites. We link to information according to our linking policy, whether or not the other website links to us. We reserve the right to remove links to external websites that no longer meet our content needs.
Privacy laws pertaining to the processing of personal data are applicable. When a user visits this website, their personal information may be requested by the Anticancer Fund either directly (in which case the user will be asked to provide information) or indirectly. The Anticancer Fund shall, however, only use this information in accordance with all regulatory privacy stipulations and shall ensure that this personal information remains protected.
The Anticancer Fund does not collect any personal data through this website that could indicate racial or ethnic origins, political convictions, religious or moral beliefs or membership in a trade union. If the Anticancer Fund should nevertheless wish to collect information of this type, the user shall be asked for explicit authorisation in advance. Should the user provide the Anticancer Fund with unsolicited confidential information, then the user authorises the Anticancer Fund to process this data in accordance with applicable privacy laws for the purposes described above.
The Anticancer Fund will not use user data for promotional purposes. In accordance with the applicable law, the user is entitled to access and correct any data that they have provided. If the user of this website wishes to exercise the right to review and/or correct, or wishes to exercise the right to opposition, this can be done by mailing a letter to the Anticancer Fund, Boechoutlaan 221, 1853 Strombeek-Bever, Belgium, accompanied by a copy of both sides of the user’s national identity card.
The Anticancer Fund collects and processes anonymous data pertaining to website visitors without identifying individuals. These data are used to optimise the website and for demographic purposes.
The Anticancer Fund may collect and process data about the use of this website, including domain name, number of hits, pages viewed, previous and next website that the user visits and the duration of the user’s session. This data may be collected by means of a cookie. A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer’s hard disk by your webpage server. The user may choose whether or not to accept cookies by adjusting their browser settings. A cookie allows users to access the website more quickly and easily.