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The website of Dr. Solomatin’s Clinic uses the following cookies:
- Google Maps cookies about your use of the maps;
- Google Analytics cookies;
The displaying of the website of Dr. Solomatin’s Clinic uses the cookies of Google Analytics, a software program of Google Inc. The purpose of using the Google Analytics cookies is to improve the website and to adapt its content to the user’s needs. Read more about the Google Analytics service on the website of http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html.
How do I turn off cookies?
If you wish, you can manage and delete all cookies. Read more: aboutcookies.org. You can delete all cookies from your computer, and most browsers can be set up so that no cookies can be stored in the computer. But in that case you will need to set up the website manually every time you visit it, and some of its services and functions may not work.