Duke University and Duke University School of Medicine are committed to protecting your online privacy. In general, you can visit this site without revealing any personal information. This site is intended for adults age 18 and over.
We collect and log the IP address (an identification number associated with your computer) of all visitors to this site. This allows us to administer our system and gather aggregate information about how our site is being used. To maintain your anonymity, we do not associate IP addresses with records containing personal information. We will use IP address information, however, as needed to enforce our legal rights or when required to do so by law enforcement authorities.
"Cookies" are small pieces of information that some Web sites store on your computer's hard drive when you visit them. Like many other Web sites, this site uses aggregate data compiled by cookies to provide us with information about traffic to our site. Collecting this information does not allow us to personally identify you. If you modify your Web browser to reject cookies from our site, the functions and conveniences of our site may not work properly.
E-mail communication that you send via the e-mail links on our site may be shared with a customer service representative or another employee most able to address your inquiry. We make every effort to respond in a timely fashion once communications are received. Because e-mail does not provide a completely secure and confidential means of communication, please do not use e-mail if you wish to keep your communication private. Instead, call 1-888-ASK-DUKE with your request.
If you have a complaint or problem, or if you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may e-mail email@example.com. Please indicate the reason for contacting us, and we will forward your message to the appropriate office for response.