We may choose to de-identify and use your information to support medical and academic research, including with our trusted research collaborators.
De-identified information is health data where any information that could be used to identify a specific person, such as a name, email address, or date of birth, has been removed. This process is used to protect your privacy. You can learn more about the rules for de-identifying health information here.
If you prefer not to have any of your de-identified health information used in research, you can request this at any time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.