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The only information stored about visitors using the website are the details completed when using the Contact Form.
This information is not freely available to anyone except the website administrator and the committee of the IBCPC. The information is only used to respond to contacts.
The International Breast Cancer Paddlers Commission will never share information with third parties.
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