The Antoine Lacassagne Center, the data controller, attaches great importance to the protection, confidentiality and security of your personal data.
This data protection policy sets out the processing conditions, namely what data are collected and how they are collected when you consult the websites www.centreantoinelacassagne.org and www.protontherapie.fr. In accordance with Law no. 2018-493 of 20 June 2018 on data protection and the General Regulation of Personal Data (EU Regulation 2016/679), we inform you that processing of your personal data is necessary to respond to your request and for the correct functioning of this website.
Data processing purposes
Data processing by the Center meets one or more explicit, legitimate and determined purposes.
The websites www.centreantoinelacassagne.org and www.protontherapie.fr are intended to allow you, your family and other users to search for information about our Center, book medical appointments for your care and share our news.
The Antoine Lacassagne Center’s website also uses your
personal data to ask you to donate online to the Center. If you donate, your
personal data will be used to send you the tax receipt for your donation.
The Antoine Lacassagne Center’s website proposes to
send you, if you explicitly consent to it, newsletters on its latest news,
events and other publications.
A career space is proposed for all job applications
within our institutions.
On both of the aforementioned websites, contact forms
are used to be able to respond quickly to your online requests.
You also have access to the Antoine Lacassagne Center’s
social network links. Through these means, viewer statistics can be calculated
for analyses of this website and our social network pages.
We use communication tools for sharing links via
social networks: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram. When you click on
these items, including social network widgets, the social network in question
may paste your IP address and the page of our website that you are visiting and
install cookies when you are connected to its services. Your interactions with
For more information, please see the privacy policies of the social networks below:
Facebook: https://fr-fr.facebook.com/about/privacy/previous – https://fr-fr.facebook.com/business/gdpr
The Antoine Lacassagne Center’s website offers
healthcare professionals a learning platform for courses on the various
oncology specialities and for communication with the Center’s teaching team.
This information is intended for the website operator,
the Center Antoine Lacassagne, responsible for processing personal data for
medical, administrative, charitable and commercial purposes.
Your personal data that we collect are adequate,
relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which they are
According to the various services offered on the centerantoinelacassagne.org
and protontherapy.fr websites (listed above), personal data collected during
For patients: for a request to book an appointment, your title, first and last name, patient identification number, telephone number, email address, date of birth, postal address, profession, type of insurance, source, name of the general practitioner, the reason for the appointment with the practitioner.
For donors: title, first and last name, email address, postal address, donation reference, amount and bank details, and if applicable, nature of the donation and bank details.
For candidates: your first and last name, postal address, email address, telephone number, the position sought, the type of contract desired, your curriculum vitae, a cover letter, the captcha and a customisable message.
For contact requests: title, your first and last name, email and your customisable message.
For students and healthcare professionals: your first and last name, email address, profession, speciality, institution, institution town, department and a customisable message.
Some of the personal data collected are essential to
achieve the above purposes and provide the requested services most optimally.
Optional data are collected to establish as much as possible a
“tailor-made” service to best meet your needs on the website and
consequently, establish a relationship of trust between you and us.
Your personal data are intended solely for the
authorised services of the data controller. This includes the healthcare team,
the authorised administrative services of the Antoine Lacassagne Center and the
Mediterranean Institute of Proton Therapy within the limits of their missions,
and the supervisory bodies or institution exercising a public service under the
conditions provided for by the law.
Your personal data collected may also be communicated
to our service providers who are subcontractors within the meaning of the
General Data Protection Regulations. The Antoine Lacassagne Center only works
with subcontractors who offer a sufficient guarantee of the implementation of
appropriate technical and organisational measures so that data processing meets
the requirements of the applicable regulations and guarantees the protection of
The Antoine Lacassagne Center and the Mediterranean
Institute of Proton Therapy may exchange personal data collected within them.
On the instructions of the data controller, the
subcontractors are required to access the data collected to provide goods and
services, and develop, manage and improve the website.
Personal data are not transferred to any country
outside the European Union.
It should be specified that personal data may be
transferred for the purposes of the institution, to exercise or defence of
legal rights or for reasons of public interest to protect the safety of the
website users and the public.
You can choose to receive emails about news, events
and other publications. You can then withdraw your consent by clicking on the
“unsubscribe” link. The Antoine Lacassagne Center undertakes not to disclose
your data to third parties without your authorisation.
The Antoine Lacassagne Center and the Mediterranean
Institute of Proton Therapy provide security for the protection of personal
data collected by implementing technical and organisational measures through
physical and logical security means.
For usage reasons, personal data are kept for as long
as necessary to achieve the purposes described above.
However, the data controller may keep the personal
data collected beyond the duration of the relationship if the data are useful
for probative purposes in accordance with the legal limitation periods or
meeting legal obligations incumbent on the data controller.
Data collected when booking an appointment online is
kept for 20 years after the last visit for treatment.
As part of processing online donations, the retention
period for your data is six (6) years from the date of your last donation made
to the Antoine Lacassagne Center.
If processing is commercial prospecting, the retention
period is three (3) years from the date of the last interaction between you and
For recruitment, personal data collected are kept for
the time necessary to process the application. If you are not selected, your
personal data will be kept for two years from the date of the last contact
between you and the Antoine Lacassagne Center.
This period allows us to re-evaluate your application
for a position that suits your profile.
If you are hired, these data will be essential for
managing your professional file and will be kept for a period not exceeding
that necessary for the purposes for which they will be processed and within the
applicable limitation periods.
Finally, under the applicable legal and regulatory
provisions, the “cookie” data collected, subject to your consent,
will be kept for a period of thirteen (13) months.
When the data is no longer necessary to meet the
processing purpose or beyond the deadlines set out above, the personal data
collected will be deleted or anonymised.
In general, you have several individual rights over
your personal data, in particular, a right to access, rectification, erasure, a
right to data portability, a right to limit processing, a right to oppose data
processing and a right to digital death.
When processing is done on the legal basis of consent,
you can withdraw it at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link.
If you have communicated personal data, the Antoine
Lacassagne Center undertakes to notify you of any rectification, erasure or
limitation to them (article 19 of the GDPR). We reserve the right not to
exercise this obligation if this entails disproportionate formalities, costs
You can exercise your rights by email at
email@example.com or by post at 33 Avenue de Valombrose, 06189 Nice Cedex
2, for the attention of the Data Protection Officer Data, specifying your
request, first and last name, email address and send a copy of your identity
card to complete your request.
You can also lodge a complaint with the supervisory
authority in the Member State of your habitual residence or in the place where
the violation is alleged to have been committed.
Cookies – connection indicators
Website users are informed that when accessing this
site, information may be temporarily stored in the memory or on their hard
drive to facilitate navigation on the website. Website users acknowledge having
been informed of this practice and authorise the publisher to use it.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file deposited, subject to your
choices, on your computer when visiting a website or consulting an
advertisement. It is designed to collect information about how you use the
Internet to provide services adapted to your computer, mobile phone or tablet.
Cookies are managed by your Internet browser and only
the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.
What are the cookies issued by our
website used for?
Cookies used on our website are to identify the
services and items that users have visited, and, more generally, their
behaviour whilst browsing the site. This information is useful to facilitate
browsing on our website by adapting the presentation of our website to the
display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution,
operating system used, etc.) during your visits, depending on how your terminal
views or reads hardware and software, and by implementing security measures.
Cookies are also necessary for the proper functioning
of certain services or to quantify their viewers.
You may choose to disable these cookies at any time.
You can also set your browser so it notifies you when cookies are about to be
stored on your computer and asks you whether you want to accept them or not.
You can accept or reject cookies on a case-by-case
basis or refuse them systematically. You are reminded that the settings you
choose may affect the way you can access our content and services that require
If your browser is configured to refuse all cookies,
you will not be able to enjoy some of our services. To manage cookies to suit
your expectations, you should configure your browser based on the purpose of
To manage cookies and your choices, each browser
configuration is different. Your browser’s help menu will describe how to
change your options with respect to cookies.
The cookies on the Antoine Lacassagne Center and the
Mediterranean Institute of Proton Therapy websites can be grouped into two
families: Operation, which is the highest level of deactivation and it only
keeps cookies that guarantee the functioning of the site and allow its
optimisation; Social and Web analytics: social cookies are used to interact
with the social modules on the website.
How to deactivate cookies of the
family types listed above online
Operation: these cookies cannot be
disabled as this would prevent the website from functioning properly.
Social and Web analytics: this intermediate level of deactivation keeps social cookies and Web analytics cookies. The Antoine Lacassagne Center uses Google Analytics. To block the use of data by Google Analytics, go to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Web analytic cookies allow us to obtain anonymous
traffic statistics of our website to optimise it and detect any malfunctions.
If a security incident occurs, the data controller
undertakes to notify you, as soon as possible, of the breach of your personal
data (article 34 of the GDPR).
You can ask us to assert your rights by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at 33 Avenue de Valombrose, 06189 Nice Cedex 2, for the attention of the Data Protection Officer, and send a copy of your identity card to complete your request.
Update of the data
The data controller can update the data protection
policy at any time in consideration of the evolution of the legal and
regulatory provisions for which it is responsible.
A notification of the date of the last update will appear below.
Last update 29 April 2021