Cookie Policy:


When you visit (hereinafter ‘Platform’), we will place one or more cookies (small text files) on your device and/or may use JavaScript, HTML 5 and other digital technologies to collect information from your device. Collectively, we refer to these digital techniques as “cookies” in this Cookie Policy. The information collected by cookies may contain personal data, such as your IP address.

In this Cookie Policy, we indicate what cookies we use and what their functions are.

In the Privacy Statement , we describe how personal data that we obtain from your device via the use of cookies is processed, which also provides information on how to exercise your privacy rights.

First party and third-party cookies

We place some of the cookies on your device ourselves (first party cookies), while other cookies are placed by third parties (third-party cookies), see the column ‘Provider’ in the cookie tables above for specific information per cookie.

Which cookies do we use?

Necessary cookies

Certain cookies are necessary for the functioning of the Platform. We use the following necessary cookies, also known as functional cookies:

Cookie Source Purpose Expiry
PHPSESSID Website Preserves user session state across page requests session
CookieConsent Website Stores the user’s cookie consent state for the current domain 1 year

Analytical cookies

Other cookies allow us to further develop and improve the functionality of our Platform by analyzing your use of our website, analytical cookies, also known as statistical cookies. This can improve the speed in which we can process your request. These cookies channel back information to our data analytics tool, Google Analytics from Google LLC (Google).

We receive information on how you use and interact with our website, as well as on the amount of time that you spend on it. We also collect basic information that relates to the request that is made from your browser when you visit the Platform. These data may include the following information:

  • your last visit date and time;

  • the duration of your visit;

  • the timestamp of the browser request;

  • your IP address and basic HTTP header information (like referral URL and user agent); and/or

  • information about a website you have previously visited as well as demographic information.

We use Google Tag Manager to place and manage cookies and scripts.

We have followed the Manual for Privacy Friendly Google Analytics Settings of the Dutch Data Protection Authority for the use of Google Analytics. This means, among other things, that we have instructed Google to delete the last three digits of your IP address (making it difficult to trace the IP address to a specific user/visitor) and that we have disabled the default settings for sharing data with Google. In addition, we have entered into a data processing agreement with Google. We do not use any other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies. The limited information that is shared with Google using Google Analytics can be transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.

We use the following analytical (statistical) cookies:

Cookie Source Purpose Expiry
_ga Google Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website. 2 years
_gat Google Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate. 1 day
_gid Google Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website. 1 day
wuid Website Unclassified 29 days

Enabling, disabling, and deleting cookies

Cookies that have a specific duration will remain on your device until that term expires, unless you manually delete them before the expiry date. You can use your browser settings to delete the cookies on your device and refuse the placement of new cookies. This can vary per browser. To learn more, please look at the cookie settings available in your specific web browser(s). The links below will take you directly to the manuals of commonly used browsers:

Furthermore, if you do not want Google Analytics data to be collected and used by Google, you can download and install the browser plugin that is available under: More information on how to remove cookies as well as information on cookies generally can also be found at:

If you decide to delete all cookies, you will be asked to indicate your cookie preferences on our Platform on your next visit.


We use of cookies and the names, purposes and expiry terms of the abovementioned cookies may change over time. We will therefore regularly update this Cookie Policy to reflect those changes.

This Cookie Policy was last amended on 5 February 2021.


If you have any questions or remarks regarding our use of cookies, please do not hesitate to contact us via or by post via:

European Hematology Association
Koninginnegracht 12b
2514 AA The Hague, The Netherlands

If you have any questions about (the cookie policies or privacy statement(s) applicable to) the processing of your personal data (or use of cookies) for which one or more consortium partners are responsible or the processing of your personal data (or cookies) with regards to the T2EVOLVE project, please contact the individual consortium partner or the T2EVOLVE contact person:

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