Privacy and Protection

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At Sanguine, our community is our top priority. We want you to feel comfortable and secure when participating in a study. 

Your participation is voluntary and you may choose to withdraw your consent at any time.

Study participation is clearly detailed before your consent is requested and you have the chance to answer any questions that you may have.

Any of the personally identifiable information you provide to us is kept strictly confidential.

We will not place any information about your participation in our studies in your medical records and choosing to not participate in a study will not affect your medical care in any way.

Your biospecimen will be provided to institutionally approved pre-clinical or clinical investigator-led studies for diagnostic, therapeutic, or preventative research only.

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Sanguine Prioritizes Patient Data Privacy and Protection

Sanguine's procedures and systems are HIPAA compliant and we are committed to keeping your information confidential. When your health information and biospecimen are shared with a researcher, they are shared using an anonymized unique identification code. This code cannot be used by third parties to connect participants with their health information. All personal identifiers are removed from any information shared with researchers and all medical records are fully redacted.

All Sanguine studies are approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) and comply with federal guidelines and regulations.

Participation in a research study with Sanguine involves Informed Consent. Informed Consent means that we have explained the study to you and you understand the potential risks and benefits of participation in the study. You are provided with resources, information, and time to make an informed decision about participation.

The type of information collected during a research study includes personal information like your name, contact information, and address; health information like medical diagnoses, medical history, and medications; and demographic information like your age, sex, and ethnicity. Your personal information is collected when you sign up online to be a part of our database, during an over the phone screening, and through your medical records. All of these data points are crucial to matching you to a specific research study cohort and for coordinating an appointment.