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BRAINLIFE values the relationship with all visitors to this site. We protect that relationship by respecting your privacy and the information you share with us.

Our Internet privacy policy is explained below. This policy was last reviewed January, 2017. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us by e-mail to:, or at our address: 

c/o Dr. Giovanni Camporeale
Via Bellincione 10
20134 Milano MI

About Our Information-Gathering Practices

You can visit our web site without giving us any personal information.

The purpose of the web site BrainLife is to collect and offer to brain tumor patients, caregivers and medical/health professionals,  references to the latest published medical sources in the field of brain (and other CNS) tumor research and treatment. 
The places of origin are peer-reviewed journals and medical databases. Some meeting proceedings are included too. 
The sources (abstracts, references and full-text articles) are republished with their original contents in issues of
Brain Tumor Reports .
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We do not gather information about the pages of our web site that you visit as an individual user. We gather "group" statistics. For example, we collect statistics about the number of visitors to our site, the most-commonly visited sections of the site, the time of day and days of the week the site is most often visited, or other general statistics. This helps us understand the use of our site so we can improve our services and keep the site accessible during heavy usage-periods.