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Jezel Inc. Privacy Policy

This Jezel Inc. (“Jezel”) Research Study Privacy Policy was updated on March 23, 2022.

Your privacy is important to Jezel. So we have developed a Privacy Policy that covers how we handle your information in connection with the Jezel research study that you have agreed to participate in whether via the Jezel Web App and Jezel website or other study method (“Study”). Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our privacy practices and let us know if you have any questions.

Jezel Study
This Privacy Policy summarizes the information we may collect or receive in connection with your participation in our Study. 


Informed Consent
To participate in our Study, you must first review and sign an informed consent and authorization form (if applicable) ("Informed Consent") for the Study. Your Informed Consent constitutes your consent to the collection, use, and sharing of your information as described in this Privacy Policy and as outlined in the Informed Consent. To the extent anything in this Privacy Policy conflicts with the Informed Consent, the terms of the Informed Consent will control.

Throughout this Private Policy we may use the term "Study Team" to refer to all the people or entities that may have access to data collected from or about you through the Study. 

Collection and Use of Information
Personal information is data that can be used to identify or contact a single person. Certain personal information and non-personal information, as described below, may be collected from or about you through the Study.
Jezel, and its affiliates, and the other Study Team members, may share the information we collect through the Study with each other and use it consistent with this Privacy Policy.
If you decide to participate in the Study, below are examples of the types of information that we may collect and how we may use it.

What information we collect
When you participate in the Jezel Study, below are examples of the categories of information (which may include some personal information) that may be collected from or about you through the Study ("Study Data"). The specific categories of information that will be collected about you as part of a Study will be described in the Informed Consent.

  • Contact information such as your name, email address, and phone number.

  • Demographic information, such as your age, gender, state of residence, and race.

  • Medical history and information, such as your height/weight, prior medical diagnosis and testing (e.g., diagnosis of an irregular heart rhythm), current and previous use of certain medications (e.g., blood thinning medications), certain family history (e.g., history of atrial fibrillation) and health habits (e.g., smoking). This information may be collected through Study questionnaires or other forms that you may be asked to complete.

  • Personal Preferences information, such as productivity, routine, likes, concerns, adverse events, or other reportable matter for purposes of the Study.

  • Cannabis Use Information

  • Other information, if any, described in the Informed Consent.​​​​​​​​​


How we use your information
Your personal information, such as your contact information, if collected through the Study, may be used for purposes described in the Informed Consent including:

  • To enroll you in the Study, including determining your eligibility for participation in the Study.

  • To conduct and support the Study.

  • To conduct and support the Study.

  • To develop Jezel cannabis formulations and/or products and improvement activities.

Disclosure to Third Parties

Service Providers
Jezel and the other Study Team members may share your information with companies who provide services for or on behalf of the Study or third parties that have been hired to perform Study-related services. These companies are obligated to protect your information.


Your personal information may also be disclosed to the following third parties:

Government and Regulatory authorities.
Law enforcement or other third parties, pursuant to valid legal process such as a subpoena, litigation or court order. We may also disclose information about you if we determine that for purposes of national security, or other issues of public importance, disclosure is necessary or appropriate.
Others, if we determine that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce our terms and conditions or protect our operations or users. 


Protection of Your Information
Jezel takes the security of your personal information very seriously. Jezel has implemented reasonable measures to keep the Study Data it maintains safe, and to protect the confidentiality of your information, including storing it in systems with limited access housed in facilities using physical security measures. Despite our security measures, total confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.


Retention of Personal Information
Your participation in any Study is voluntary. You may decide not to participate or you may leave any Study at any time. If you decide to withdraw, we may not delete the information that we have already collected and we may continue to use it, but we will stop receiving any new Study Data about you and will stop contacting you about the Study except in the case of serious, actionable medical need. The specific retention policies and the steps you need to take to withdraw will be described in the Informed Consent for each Study.


Privacy Questions
If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy please contact us. If you have questions about the Study please contact Jezel using the contact information listed in the Informed Consent. To withdraw from the Study, please follow the specific instructions in the Informed Consent. 

Jezel may update this Privacy Policy from time to time. If we change the policy in a material way, notice will be provided to you through a Study-specific email along with the updated Privacy Policy. We may also provide a notice on any Study-specific website.

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