This Policy applies to information about consumer and health care providers who
use our websites. This policy applies only to the websites where it appears. It
also applies to the mobile sites and applications where it appears.
We collect information from and about you.
Contact information. For example, we might collect your name and street address. We
might also collect your email address, fax number, or phone numbers.
Demographic and health information. We may collect information
like your gender and age. We might also collect information about your health. We
might collect this when you participate in a survey.
Other information. If you use our website, we may collect information
about the browser you are using or your Internet Protocol address (IP address).
We might look at what site you came from, or what site you visit when you leave
Patient Information. We might collect information about patients.
We collect this information from health care providers who use our websites.
We collect information in different ways.
We collect information directly from you. For example, if you register
for an account. We also collect information if you post a comment, or fill out an
online survey or questionnaire.
We collect information from you passively. We use tracking tools
like browser cookies and web beacons to collect information from you. To control
these tools, please read the choices section below.
We get information from third parties. For example, health care
providers may give us information about their patients. Or users might give us information
about friends if they use the “tell-a-friend” feature.
We use information as disclosed and described here.
We use information to respond to your requests or questions. For
example, we might use your information to answer your questions. We may also ask
you for information to help with our research.
We use information to improve our products and services. We might
use your information to customize your experience with us. We might use your information
to store your password if you registered on our site.
We use information to look at site trends and customer interests.
We may use your information to make our website and products better. We may also
use information to improve our research and health-care analyses.
We use information for security purposes. We may use information
to protect our company, our customers, or our websites.
We use information for marketing purposes. For example, we might
send you information about products or services we think you would like. We might
also send you information about promotions or offers. These might be our own offers
or products, or third-party offers or products we think you might find interesting.
To manage this, read the choices section below.
We use information to communicate with you about your account or our relationship.
We may contact you about your account or feedback. We might also contact you about
this Policy or our website Terms.
We use information in government reports: For example, if you provide
us feedback about our products, we may submit that information in our reports to
the US Food and Drug Administration.
We use information as we otherwise might tell you, or as otherwise permitted
We may share information with third parties.
We will share information within the Dendreon family of companies.
This includes physicians that prescribe our products to you.
We will share information with third parties who perform services on our behalf.
For example, we share information with vendors who send emails for us or operate
our website. We also share information with third parties that assist us in marketing
our products or services.
We will share information if we think we have to in order to comply with the
law or to protect ourselves. For example, we will share information
to respond to a court order or subpoena. We may also share it if a government agency
or investigatory body requests. We might also share information when we are investigating
We will share information with our business partners. For example,
we may share your information with companies that co-brands products with us.
We may share information with any successor to all or part of our business.
For example, if we sell part of our business, we may give our customer list as part
of that transaction.
We may share information with our business partners or for other reasons we
may describe to you.
You have certain choices about our marketing and tracking tools.
You can opt out of receiving our marketing emails. To stop receiving
promotional emails, follow the instructions in the message. Even if you opt out
of getting marketing messages, we will still send you transactional emails. For
example, we may still contact you about your courses and certifications.
You can control cookies and tracking tools.Your browser may give
you the ability to control cookies. How you do so depends on the type of cookie.
Certain browsers can be set to reject browser cookies. To control flash cookies,
which we may use on certain websites from time to time, you can go
Why? Because flash cookies cannot be controlled through your browser settings. If
you block cookies on your browser, certain features on our sites may not work.
These sites and children.
Our sites are meant for adults. We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable
information from children. If you are a parent and think your child has given us
information, you can email us.
You can also write to us at the address listed at the end of this policy. Parents,
you can learn more about how to protect children's privacy on-line here.
We use standard security measures.
The Internet is not 100% secure. We cannot promise that your use of our sites will
be completely safe. We encourage you to use caution when using the Internet. This
includes not sharing your passwords.
Remember, information you submit on public forums will be public. This means other
users can see it. You should always be cautious when posting information publicly.
We store information in the United States.
If you live outside of the United States, you understand and agree that we may transfer
your information to the United States. This site is subject to U.S. laws, which
may not afford the same level of protection as those in your country.
We keep personal information as long as it is necessary or relevant for the practices
described in this Policy. We also keep information as otherwise required by law.
We may link to other sites or have third party services on our site we do not
If you click on a link to a third party site, you will be taken to websites we do
not control. This may include co-branded websites. This policy does not apply to
websites carefully. We are not responsible for these third party sites.
Our site may permit third parties to gather information using passive tracking technologies
like cookies. We do not control how those third parties use the information. To
learn about your choices, you should visit those companies' privacy policies.
Feel free to contact us if you have more questions.
If you have any questions about this Policy or other privacy concerns, please
or call us at (877) 336-3736.
You can write to us:
1301 2nd Ave, #3200
Seattle, WA 98101
We may update this Policy.
From time to time, we may change our privacy policies. We will notify you of any
material changes to our Policy as required by law. We will also post an updated
copy on our website. Please check our site periodically for updates.
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PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T) is an autologous cellular immunotherapy indicated for the treatment of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic metastatic castrate resistant (hormone refractory) prostate cancer.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Acute Infusion Reactions: Acute infusion reactions (reported within 1 day of infusion) may occur and include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, fever, rigor or chills, respiratory events (dyspnea, hypoxia, and bronchospasm), syncope, hypotension, hypertension, and tachycardia. Closely monitor patients with cardiac or pulmonary conditions.
Thromboembolic events: Thromboembolic events, including deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, can occur following infusion of PROVENGE. The clinical significance and causal relationship are uncertain. Most patients had multiple risk factors for these events. PROVENGE should be used with caution in patients with risk factors for thromboembolic events.
Vascular disorders: Cerebrovascular events (hemorrhagic/ischemic strokes and transient ischemic attacks) and cardiovascular disorders (myocardial infarctions) have been reported following infusion of PROVENGE. The clinical significance and causal relationship are uncertain. Most patients had multiple risk factors for these events.
Handling Precautions: PROVENGE is intended solely for autologous use and is not tested for transmissible infectious diseases.
Adverse Reactions: The most common adverse reactions reported in clinical trials (≥ 15% of patients receiving PROVENGE) were chills, fatigue, fever, back pain, nausea, joint ache, and headache.
Please see the Full Prescribing Information.