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SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR CLL IRELAND PATIENT & CARER INFORMATION DAY ON OCTOBER 5TH!

Policies and Disclaimers

Website Policy and Third Party Content

The information on this website is drawn from several sources.

CLL Ireland (“CLLI”) make every effort to make sure that the information in this website is accurate, but you shouldn’t rely on it instead of a fully trained clinician. The CLLI website is not a substitute for seeking medical advice or care from your own doctor.

It’s important to always listen to your specialist and seek advice if you have any concerns or questions about your health.

CLLI can’t accept any loss or damage resulting from any inaccuracy in this information, or from external information that we link to.

the CLLI website may be unavailable at various times – CLLI accepts no responsibility for such outages.

The CLLI website may make available, or link to content, data, information or web sites generated or provided by third parties (“Third Party Content”).

By using the CLLI website, you acknowledge and agree that CLLI shall not be responsible for examining or evaluating the content, accuracy, completeness, timeliness, validity, copyright compliance, legality, decency, quality or any other aspect of Third Party Content.

CLLI does not warrant or endorse and does not assume and will not have any liability or responsibility to you or any other person for any Third Party Content. Third Party Content is provided solely as a convenience to you, with no warranties of any kind.

Social Media Policy

CLLI’s social media presence on Facebook and Twitter is managed by our Communications Team.

Followers of our accounts can expect posts and tweets about:

  • Information of interest to the public
  • News Releases detailing CLLI’s affairs and documents
  • Updates regarding new information on our website

CLLI staff use Facebook and Twitter as a device to share information with those who have an interest in CLL and other Cancers.

We make every effort to make sure that the information published through Social Media is accurate, but you shouldn’t rely on it instead of a fully trained clinician.

It’s important to always listen to your specialist and seek advice if you have any concerns or questions about your health. CLLI can’t accept any loss or damage resulting from any inaccuracy in information published on Facebook or Twitter, or from external information that we link to.

Messages sent on Facebook and Twitter are not regarded as official correspondence with our offices and CLLI has no responsibility for any responses or enquiries it may be sent through Social Media platforms.

Please do not send any personal information/details to us through Facebook or Twitter.

Facebook and Twitter may be unavailable at various times – CLLI accepts no responsibility for such outages.

Any misuse of Facebook or Twitter will be reported and accounts will be blocked as a result.

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