This website contains certain services that are restricted and exclusive to members of the Brazilian Association of Hematology, Hemotherapy and Cell Therapy (ABHH), up to date with their associative contributions (annuities). Only users with properly registered login and password will have access to this type of content, with access through the restricted area. If you have any difficulty accessing, please contact us.
The user's personal password must be kept private and cannot be shared with third parties.
ABHH reserves the right to interrupt or modify any service on this website without prior notice to its users.
ABHH is not responsible for information provided by third parties, even if these are its associates, partners and supporters.
For the reproduction of content on this site, it is necessary to cite the source and observe the copyright.
The content of this website is primarily aimed at hematologists, hemotherapists and other health professionals working in the areas of teaching, research and treatment of blood-related diseases. Information aimed at the lay public is clearly identified in a specific area.
With respect to the legislation in force in our country, the ABHH website does not display, on freely accessible pages, advertising content restricted to prescribers.
The Brazilian Association of Hematology, Hemotherapy and Cell Therapy (ABHH), values the privacy of the information of users and visitors to its website, guaranteeing its total secrecy, unless required by judicial decision. This policy can be changed at any time and will always be available for consultation on the website.
The data reported by members and other users of the website in electronic forms or other means of interaction are restricted to the purpose of accessing content on this website and / or participating in programs offered by ABHH. ABHH does not assign or sell mailing to its members and users.
Users access the site for free and use some of the services without having to identify themselves. However, there are some services - such as the Member's Restricted Area, where ABHH requests personal information for access. In the registration of members, interested parties fill in their complete personal data on their own initiative and this information is used internally for statistics.
This personal information may be used at any time and date, only and exclusively by ABHH.
When users access the pages of the site, the servers record anonymous information - without direct identification of the Internet user. This information is the number of the Internet protocol used - IP (Internet Protocol), the total number of pages browsed by the user (page views), the date and time of access, the location, the length of time connected to the site (session time and user session), the provider that provided access, the browser used and the areas of interest of each internet user.
= All of this information is generic, not linked to personal data, so it does not identify a specific user. Based on the total number of information in each of these categories, ABHH has an assessment of the preferences, routines and habits of its users. Result that allows the Internet team to work hard to meet the needs of this group.
Some of this information - such as the daily and monthly number of pages browsed, the most popular pages on the site, the days and times preferred by Internet users - are included in reports and disclosed to advertisers on the site and internally to improve ABHH services.
Cookies are small data files sent by some websites to their users' browsers (Internet browsing programs). These files are stored on the hard drives of Internet users' computers every time a website is accessed. Cookies are generally used to track user traffic patterns, indicating the most browsed pages.
SBC uses this file so that the site is informed that the user has already accessed a certain page or service, avoiding further requests for each new connection. In other words: if the site includes a warning for Internet users, the cookie will allow the user to see it only once, without the need for the page / window / information to appear on all accesses.
However, cookies cannot contain users' personal information, such as name, address, email and others. Nor can they have access to data on the Internet users' hard drive or to other cookies created by other sites. A cookie file can only contain personal information if the user chooses to send it during the registration process.
ABHH has security systems (firewalls) that prevent invasions in its database. In addition, only a limited number of employees can access this information. To protect its users' data, ABHH uses the same resources as it does to protect its own information.