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Terms & Conditions

Terms and conditions for website access and use

This website is a not-for-profit free access and non-commercial use resource owned and operated by Ms Antonia Rubinstein who can be contacted at contact@apomorphine.info.


The purpose of this website
The purpose of this website is to persuade government, universities or clinics to authorise clinical trials initially to test the viability of Apomorphine to offer an effective and affordable treatment for alcoholism. If public response to this website’s initiative is positive, the use of Apomorphine in clinical trials for the treatment of certain drugs may subsequently be explored through this website.

Important noteWe do not offer medical advice on this website. Any user of this website who wishes to get medical advice should consult her or his own medical practitioner. At the time of posting this website, Apomorphine has not yet been clinically trialled in the United Kingdom in accordance with current standards and rules required for clinical trials. Any person who accesses this site must not self-administer Apomorphine but should consult a medical practitioner. 

This website constitutes a historical record of the use of Apomorphine in the treatment of alcoholism and substance addiction in the past and an invitation to the public to gauge public interest in the conduct of clinical trials of Apomorphine as a treatment of alcoholism, and, should there be a positive interest, in the treatment of certain other addictive substances. Apomorphine is already prescribed to treat certain medical conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease or erectile disfunction. This website does not address the history of those uses of Apomorphine, and inquiries relating to the same should be addressed to your medical practitioner. 

Access to and use of this website
Your access to and use of this site is subject to the above warning and these terms and conditions. Your use of this site constitutes your acknowledgment of that warning and acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Apomorphine.info reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting the changes on the site. You are responsible for regularly reviewing these terms and conditions to obtain notice of such changes. Your continued use of the site after any such change constitutes your acceptance of those changes.

Intellectual property
The copyright in the content of the site, and all other intellectual property rights including database rights, are owned by or licensed to apomorphine.info. The materials and information displayed on this site are for your personal use and may be shared with others solely for non-commercial purposes. You may only download, print, copy or reproduce it or any part of it for non-commercial use or as permitted by the fair use exceptions set out in the Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988 as amended.

Save as expressly permitted by statute, any use or download, print, copy or reproduction which involves or results in any commercial use whatsoever is strictly prohibited.

The domain name apomorphine.info belongs to Ms Antonia Rubinstein. Nothing on this site confers any rights on any third parties in respect of names of individuals identified or used with permission on this site.

Availability of this website
The website is available to you “AS IS” without any representation about the quality or availability of the website. We try to maintain an error-free service, but we are unable to guarantee that the website will always be available or that it will operate free from error.

To the extent permitted by law, we cannot accept any liability arising from any errors or unavailability of our site. Although we use anti-virus software to protect the content of our website against known viruses, we cannot guarantee that the material or any downloaded data on our website is free from viruses, malicious codes or cyber attack. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have taken precautions to protect your own computer system from virus infection and cyber attack. We have taken reasonable steps to ensure that the information published on our website is historically accurate, but we accept no responsibility for any error in detail, inaccuracy or misjudgement. Please let us know if you are aware of any errors of fact on our site.

The hyperlinks displayed on our website are for your convenience only. If you choose to follow any hyperlink you will be leaving our site. We do not control or endorse the content of any other website and we do not accept any liability arising from your use of the hyperlinks and you must conform to the terms and conditions of use of third party sites so accessed.

Our liability
Please read Important note set out above. We do not accept liability for direct or indirect losses arising from your use of our website other than liability for death or personal injury caused by our negligence or arising from our fraudulent misrepresentation.

For details on how and why we use cookies please read apomorphine.info’s Privacy Policy.

We use cookies on our website to assist in providing an effective analysis of the response to our efforts to promote clinical trials of apomorphine to treat alcoholism. To prevent automated raids on our collected data we do not allow access to anyone whose browser configuration is set to reject cookies.  

If you do not wish to share data with us you should set your computer browser to notify you whether you wish to receive our cookie and you decide whether to accept or decline it.  If you have remove our cookie and that of Google Analytics (which analyses for us the data for the purpose set out above) and leave our site.

Your personal information
By continuing to use this Website (including returning our registration form completed by you) you authorise us to use, store or process any information that you provide to us, including your name, address, and email address, as far as is reasonably necessary for us to promote clinical trials of Apomorphine to treat alcoholism. If you register with us and are interested in the pursuit of clinical trials of Apomorphine for other addictive substances, please let us know in the email covering the submission of our registration form to us. 

We also use cookies to collect information about the use of our website and access to various pages on the website, to assist in the object of getting clinical trials conducted to assess Apomorphine as an effective treatment for alcoholism (or if you have expressly told us of your interest in its application in relation to other addictive substances for the conduct of trials for those purposes). We shall not use that information for any other purpose.

If you wish to be contacted by us, please indicate to that effect on our registration form.

If at any time you change your mind please email us at contact@apomorphine.info  and write “please remove my information from your database”.

You must please ensure that the information you provide us in our registration form, and any other personal information you voluntarily send to us, is accurate.

We agree to treat your personal information as confidential and not to disclose it otherwise than as you specifically authorise us through our registration form to use or to disclose your personal information. We shall take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal information is not accessible by unauthorised persons. For more details about how we deal with your personal information please read apomorphine.info’s Privacy Policy.

If you tell us you are under the age of 18 in our registration form we shall not use your information for any purpose save to process the information to record that a person claiming to be under the age of 18 has accessed our website, and we shall as soon as is practicable delete your personal information from our database without further use. Because alcoholism can affect patients under the age of 18, if you are under the age of 18, and you wish to post information on this website for our further use, please ask a parent, guardian or trusted medical practitioner to post information relating to you, on your behalf, anonymously on our website, using the header:

Anonymised Information relating to a Minor

Any person who wishes to make a contribution to our website to advance the public’s awareness of the history of Apomorphine and who does not wish to complete our registration form should email his or her contribution to us at contact@apomorphine.info. Any such contribution will be made with your agreement that we have an unlimited free to use perpetual licence to use and to publish on our website or process the data in your contribution or any part of it and its constituent for the better information of the public, which in turn shall have an unlimited free to use  perpetual licence for non-commercial purposes. We shall not be obliged to publish any such submission.

We reserve the right to delete in our complete discretion any information or data we receive if we have reason to believe it to be or contains any material which is fictitious, or it contains any material which is offensive defamatory obscene or infected with any virus or other medium of cyber attack or otherwise unlawful.

Our communication with you
We shall give you notice of any material matters by posting information or notices on the website and/or, if so authorised by you in our registration form, we may respond to any query you may send to us in relation to that posting. Any notice that you need to give us in writing can be sent by email to contact@apomorphine.info.

If you have any complaints or comments about this website please email us at contact@apomorphine.info.

If any of these terms and conditions are deemed to be illegal or unenforceable, then that term will be severed and deleted and the remaining terms and conditions will continue to be binding and enforceable.

These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales, and any legal issues arising from these terms will be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

Any legal notice can also be sent by post to us at 13 Craven Street, London WC2N 5PB.                                              

We have tried to make the website accessible to be read by all users. If you have any difficulties accessing our website, or any questions about its content, please contact contact@apomorphine.info