Privacy Policy


We are aware of the trust you place in us and appreciate this very much. We consider it our responsibility to protect your privacy and consider it very important to handle your personal data with care. In this privacy statement we explain which personal data we collect and use and for what purpose, when you subscribe, register, visit our website or use our services. You can also read how we protect your personal data and how you can check and correct this personal data. By visiting our website you indicate that you accept this privacy statement.

Personal data

The BJMO website has an open and closed section. To access the closed area and / or certain services, personal data is requested, the user creates an account and receives a login name and password. With these login details, the user has access to parts of the website to which the user is entitled. Via the registration, if you belong to the target group, you can also subscribe to the paper magazine and / or register for our BJMO email newsletter. The personal data we collect may include:

Use personal data

We collect and use your personal data to provide a service you have requested or to carry out a transaction that you have requested. We can also use your personal data for the further development and improvement of our website, the printed magazine, related products or services of the BJMO and conducting market research.

Access to the website

When registering for access to the website, you create an account. We use the information in this account to determine which form of access to the website you will receive. In doing so, we take the BJMO objectives, the Public Advertising Code for Medicines and the Code of Conduct for Pharmaceutical Advertising into account. We also use this information for security purposes and for checking the misuse and / or improper use of our website, products and services that are accessible via your account. Or to adapt the use of our website to your specific preferences or interests.

Cookies and similar techniques

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are placed on your computer when you visit a website. They are used, for example, to remember that you are logged in or to monitor the use of the website.

Which cookies do we use and why?

Our website uses cookies or similar techniques such as javascripts, flash cookies, HTML5 local storage and web beacons, in which data is placed and / or read from your device with which you visit the website, such as your computer. These techniques are used to:

Please note that social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter are profiling and tracking visitors. By accepting social media cookies, your internet behavior can be monitored by these networks. We have no control over this.

Your consent for cookie use

By agreeing to this privacy statement, you consent to the use of cookies and/or similar techniques, as described below:

These are cookies from Google Analytics, Google Inc. (domain: The purpose of this is to keep statistics about the visit to our website, including statistical information about viewing an article and videos. These cookies have a maximum lifespan of 2 years. In this context, we make your IP address unrecognizable as standard. For information on how Google Inc. handles your data, see Google’s Security and Privacy Principles: and Google’s Privacy Policy: / en / policies / privacy /. You can also refuse Google Analytics by the browser add-on:

These are cookies from different social media platforms. The purpose of these cookies is to share or “like” content from our website. The lifespan of these cookies is usually max. 2 years. It concerns the data usage of the following platforms (see also links below to websites for more information): Facebook Connect, Facebook Inc. (domain: / More information: See also: Google Inc. (Google+ Platform). More information: See also: LinkedIn Ireland (domain: / More information: See also: Twitter, Inc. (domain: / More information: See also: Other: Vimeo, Inc. is the online service provider that facilitates the videos on our website. In this context, Vimeo may use cookies or similar techniques (domain: / More information: See also:

Functional cookies are also used. These are, for example, cookies that are placed to display certain fonts from the domains and These are functional cookies with minor privacy consequences that do not require permission.

Subscription print magazine

When you subscribe to the print magazine, we use your medical registration data, name and address data, your data about your profession and workplace and possibly payment data to send you the magazine, to further register and process your subscription and to inform you of this and to keep you informed.


With your permission, we can use personal information that we have collected through our website to inform you about BJMO products or services. We offer a newsletter with which we want to inform interested parties about this and about products and/or services from our partners. When registering, your email address will be added to the list of subscribers to the Newsletter.

Contact form

When you fill in a contact form on the website, or send us an email, the data you send us will be saved.

Respond to an article of blog

When you wish to respond to our blog articles or an article from the magazine, this is done stating your name, profession and workplace. The BJMO consciously chooses this form of response, in order to increase the quality and value of a response.

Send email to friends or colleagues

On certain parts of the website you can send links or messages to your colleagues. The email addresses of colleagues you enter are only used to provide them with information on your behalf.

Provision of personal data

If required for the execution of a service, for example when sending the print magazine or sending the email newsletter, your personal data will be shared with the executing party. Your identifiable personal data can also be shared in the following cases:

In other cases, we never provide your identifiable personal data to third parties without your explicite permission. Personal data can be exchanged in a consolidated form with third parties for analysis purposes. In this case, the data cannot be traced back to individuals.

Choices for personal data

We offer all visitors the opportunity to view, change or delete all personal information that has been provided to us.

Email newsletter

Every newsletter contains a link with which you can unsubscribe.

Account details

You can view, check and, if necessary, correct your personal data on your account page. You can also contact the webmaster and submit a request to check and correct personal data collected through our website. If you want to your account removed, you can also contact the webmaster.


We use various security technologies and procedures to protect your personal data from unauthorized access, unauthorized use, distribution, loss or destruction.

Third party websites

Our website may contain links to other websites. This statement does not apply to the content, security or privacy practices of other websites. We cannot guarantee that these third parties handle your personal data in a reliable or secure manner. Information about the privacy and security policies can be found on relevant sites.

Amendments to this privacy statement

This privacy statement is subject to change. The most current version can always be found on the website. We recommend that you consult this statement regularly so that you are aware of these changes.


When you have any questions or comments regarding the above, you can contact us:
Belgium Journal of Medical Oncology (BJMO)
Ariez International BV
Westzijde 22
+31 75 642 94 20