What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of text that is stored on your computer for user interaction with websites such as but not limited to record-keeping purposes. For instance, a cookie can be used to ensure that you don’t have to login or otherwise identify yourself more than once per visit to a website. Some cookies expire when the browser closes, while others remain on your computer unless you delete them. Cookies on Takeda websites help us to improve our sites and your user experience.
Do I have to accept cookies?
It is easy to remove cookies from your computer. Please follow the directions written in your browser’s help documentation. To stop your computer from accepting cookies from the websites you visit, you can also use your browser’s help documentation.
Blocking or erasing cookies from your computer will not affect your ability to visit or view our site. However, you must be aware that some functions such as save pages and sign ups might operate with reduced functionality or not at all.
What kinds of cookies do we use?
This cookie is used to remember authenticated users on sites that require a login. It is automatically deleted when the user logs out of the application or closes the browser.
This cookie improves overall user experience by remembering user interactions on our site. It tells the site that a user is connected and also helps us identify a security breach on the site. This cookie is automatically deleted when the user logs out of the application or closes the browser. For more information please visit the Microsoft website (link below).
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Takeda uses Google Analytics to help us create web usage statistics by collecting non-identifiable information. This includes for example, where the visitor came from, their number of visits and how long he or she stayed on our site. Understanding visitor interactions increases our efficiency and help our visitors have a better user experience.
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