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Measuring how many people are using the websites we provide, so we can make them easier and faster to use
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How to remove cookies
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See below for further details about cookies you may encounter while visiting NHSBT websites. These details include what information is being held and how long you can expect it to be stored.
The following gives information about the cookies used across this site: