|Signing release docs with Egrifta
Jun 8, 2013
There's a company called AXIS that my doc asked I sign an agreement for. The document expressly allows pretty much any use of your information, including monetizing (selling) and states that once your information is transferred under the agreement, it is no longer protected under the law. etc. etc. It also states that the agreement is not necessary to obtain Egrifta, but that it might limit my support options.
No way I'm signing it, but I wonder if you've seen this and/or encountered others that have. Moreso, why would some agency want to do this -- I say follow the money. And as for "support services" why would I need them anyhow? I have a regular doc, an ID doc and an endocrine doc.
| Response from Mr. Vergel
Good points. I would call Serono about this: Contact Serono
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