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- Please keep comments to the subject matter of the post on which you are commenting.
- Please don’t post anything inappropriate that may upset, harass or embarrass any other person (including the author of the post), or break any law
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TERMS & CONDITIONS – IN FULL
Your use of this blog
- Please restrict comments to relate to the subject matter of the post on which you are commenting. Comments that are irrelevant to the post are liable to be moved, edited or deleted.
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- Please check your facts. Inaccurate information is not helpful.
- Posting of confidential information is prohibited. If you think that your message may include confidential information then do not post it.
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- You are responsible for the content of any messages that you post.
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- If you post a comment that contains certain words or phrases, or links to external websites, it may be held in moderation for review.
Respect for Others
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- Please do not attack someone for having an opinion that differs from your own; if you disagree with someone, please express yourself respectfully.
- Remember that this is a public website and your comments may stay on-line for a long time. Try to make sure you cannot be misunderstood.
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- You may add links to internal or external sites within your post but you agree to remain responsible for any links you add. We reserve the right to remove any links we consider inappropriate.
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- Provided you stick to these common sense rules you may continue to access this blog.
- We reserve the right to remove any comment breaking these rules without prior contact with the author.
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- As a last resort we may issue a ban (either temporary or permanent) if it becomes evident that you are unwilling to keep to these terms and conditions. This will only occur if we feel it is necessary to protect others or the integrity of the blog.
Your promise to us
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If a formal complaint is made against you, we reserve the right to archive your comments until the complaint is resolved.
We reserve the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time. If you are uncertain about anything in these Terms and Conditions, please email us at email@example.com or write to us at:News & Multimedia team, Press & Science Communication dept., Cancer Research UK, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London EC1V 4AD
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