Thank you for visiting the website of the Microbubble Theranostics Laboratory (MTL). These terms of use set forth the rules and methods to be known and respected when consulting the MTL website and using the content and features made available to users. By accessing this site, you acknowledge and agree to the terms described in this section. The conditions of use may be modified at any time, so it is advisable to refer to them regularly.This site is made available to users for personal use exclusively and not for commercial purposes.

The MTL website includes links to other sites, each with their own terms of use. To the extent that the MTL can’t control these sites, it can’t guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the content, advertisements, products, services or any other material available on or from these sites. In addition, the MTL can’t be held responsible for any damage or loss resulting from the consultation of other sites.

The information on the MTL website sometimes comes from outside sources. The MTL makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the content and to update it frequently. However, it can happen that errors slip in or that some recent information is not there. If you notice any errors in our pages, please let us know.
The content of this site is for informational purposes only. The MTL can’t be held responsible for the consequences of the use of information transmitted on this site.
When you access this site, your computer and the servers of our hosting provider automatically exchange data. This exchange is necessary for the server to send you a file compatible with the computer equipment you use. The data exchanged are as follows: 1) the identification of your internet service provider, 2) your IP address (digital address that allows to precisely locate a computer connected to the Internet), 3) the type of browser and operating system that you use, 4) the pages you visit on the MTL website, 5) the date and time you access these pages, and 6) the referral site address
The data exchanged automatically between computers do not make it possible to know your identity and are exclusively collected because of requirements inherent to the navigation on Internet. Your IP address is collected, but it is truncated to make it anonymous, to prevent your identity from being known through it and to ensure the confidentiality of your personal information.

The MTL consults these data for statistical purposes in order to improve the quality of its site. They make it possible to count anonymously the number of visits to the site and to know the most frequented pages, the technology used by the visitors, the addresses of the referents and the country of origin of the visitors in order to propose you contents relevant and adapted.