The MS Alliance of Virginia (MSAV) is committed to protecting privacy for everyone who contacts MSAV or registers on its web site forums.
The MS Alliance of Virginia does not release any information from donors or other individuals visiting this website to any other organization or company for any reason, at any time.
The MS Alliance of Virginia will not trade, sell, or share donor’s personal information with any other organization.
The MS Alliance of Virginia’s goal is to provide information about multiple sclerosis to the public. If someone provides a postal address, e-mail address or telephone number, MSAV may contact him or her for the following purpose:
- to notify individuals about MSAV-sponsored events;
- to provide additional information about multiple sclerosis or to introduce services;
- to invite individuals to join the MS Alliance of Virginia in its mission of educating and empowering patients, physicians, the public;
- to give a comprehensive response to individual questions, comments or proposals;
- to ask for financial support of the MS Alliance of Virginia.
Cookies are small data files that many web sites place on a visitor’s computer.
The MS Alliance of Virginia web site uses a cookie only for controlling access to the password-protected sections for Registered Visitors. When a Registered Visitor logs into the Web site, a cookie is stored on their computer. This cookie allows Visitors to go in and out of the password-protected sections without additional logins. All cookies are deleted instantly from our users’ computer when they log out. Our URL runs over SSL and all logins are encrypted.
If a user chooses the option to be automatically logged into the Web site when they return, a single cookie will remain on their computer to allow this to happen.
Individuals may choose to be removed from MSAV’s contact list by either written notice to MSAV or by phoning MSAV at (540) 404-2AID.
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The MS Alliance of Virginia understands the importance of personal and medical information security. MSAV is committed to protecting personal privacy in medical and membership matters in electronic and written communications. If you have questions or concerns about privacy-related matters, contact the MS Alliance of Virginia at (540) 404-2AID; or email@example.com.