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This statement contains general legal information regarding the rights and obligations of third parties against the Company Aprofema Ltd. (Hereinafter the "Company") in accessing the site and using the information contained herein. Pay particular attention to these details.
The owner and operator of the contents of this portal is Aprofema Ltd., which also has in full all ownership and copyright. All parts of this website are copyrighted under the Act No. 121/2000 Coll. In the event of the use of any part of this portal without prior written license or sublicense, the Company will enforce its rights in court.
The facts listed on the website www.actualgyn.com must not be considered to be instructions, advice or recommendations concerning specific personal health problems. Nothing of what is shown on this site should be the basis for any decision or action. For users' specific problems, difficulties or issues, always consult a doctor or other responsible health care professional. The Company is not responsible for, and does not assume any responsibility for, the accuracy, completeness or use of information available on the site. The Company expressly disclaims any liability for the information herein or for the regular publication of new information. Information is only current at the time of publication.
All users agree that access to and use of the website is at their own risk. The Company does not monitor any related website, which is linked to www.actualgyn.com. The Company is not responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the information, nor for any consequences of use of the information, from those websites. All users agree that accessog pages linked to www.actualgyn.com is their own responsibility.
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