Cookie Policy

Like many websites on the Internet, our website uses cookies. Cookies are small strings of data placed on users' personal computer hard drives during the exchange of data that happens when your browser points to our website. Cookies enable a website to identify a user's browser as a previous visitor by means of a unique string of numbers assigned on a previous visit. Our cookies assist us in collecting information on what pages of our website you access or visit, and in recording any preferences you indicate on our website. We use cookies to make it easier for you to use our website and give you a better experience. We aggregate the information we get through cookies from users like you and analyze that data to better understand user behavior and help us improve the website. We do not give or sell the data you provide through cookies to any third party for any purpose (such as advertising or marketing). By using this website, you consent to Organogenesis using cookies for these purposes. You may change your settings anytime by clicking on the "Security" tab on your browser. Note that Organogenesis is located in the United States and the U.S. has not yet been determined to have "adequate" data privacy safeguards by the EU; despite any inherent risks in the transfer of data from the EU, Organogenesis takes the security of your information seriously. To read our privacy policy, click here.