ScreenCancer AS («ScreenCancer«) aims to process your personal data in a safe and secure manner, and in accordance with the laws and regulations for the processing of personal data that follow the applicable regulations, including the EU Privacy Policy 2016/679 («GDPR»).

This Privacy Statement contains information on how ScreenCancer process personal information about you when you use the services ScreenCancer offers.


ScreenCancer is responsible for the processing of personal data that the company processes as part of the services we provide. You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions regarding our processing of personal data. For contact information, please see section 10 below.


Personal information is collected directly from you when you order our tests at a pharmacy.

ScreenCancer only collects and processes information such as: name, address, age, gender, phone number, email address and the necessary health information related to the service we provide to you.


Your personal information is processed for the purpose of conducting the tests you order and for delivering test results to you. The legal basis for processing your personal information is the consent you give us when you order our tests in the pharmacies or through our company screening program. We only process health information that is necessary for us to provide the services you request that is related to medical diagnostics and health care delivery.


The personal data that is collected is stored in an electronic system that processes and controls the information in accordance with the privacy and health legislation. Personal information about you is collected by personnel where you attend for your appointment and sent for review by ScreenCancer health care professionals.

Disclosure of your personal data to external third parties who use the personal data for their own purposes, will only take place after your explicit consent is given in writing or when there is a legal basis for such disclosure.

Electronic transmission of patient information will only occur in the unidentified or encrypted form. Our system is based on a two-factor login, so that information is kept secure.

To provide adequate medical assistance, ScreenCancer may disclose health information to collaborating laboratories with whom ScreenCancer has an agreement, and in some cases to the GP and other collaborating personnel for medical treatment purposes, if such disclosure is agreed with you. Cooperating companies and personnel have the same duty of confidentiality as ScreenCancer’s own employees.

All dissemination of test results and other patient information will take place between ScreenCancer`s staff and you. If you participate in a business program, you can rest assured that the employer will only receive anonymized statistical information that cannot be linked to you as an individual, and only to the extent that the legislation provides access to the dissemination of such information.

Information related to your tests and test results can be used, in anonymized form, for statistical and research purposes. It will not be technically possible to connect the data used for such purposes to your identity.


The personal data will not be stored for longer than is necessary for the purpose for which the information is intended. The personal data will be anonymized or deleted after the test results have been delivered to the customer and no further investigation of the completed tests is required. Nevertheless, personal data will be stored for a longer period in cases where health or other legislation requires it.


In accordance with applicable privacy regulations, you have the right to access the personal data that ScreenCancer processes about you; right to correction; right to deletion and right to restriction of usage.  Furthermore, you have the right to receive personal information about yourself and to transfer it, or to have it transmitted when technically possible to another provider.

If you wish to exercise these rights, please contact ScreenCancer using the contact information listed below in Section 10. You can also use this LINK, if you want to delete your personal data. The right of deletion shall not apply if the treatment is necessary to fulfill a legal obligation or for the public interest.


ScreenCancer reserves the right to modify or update this privacy statement. The modified / updated terms will apply both to the processing of information already collected and to information processed after the updated privacy statement has been published on our website.


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If you have any questions regarding the content of this privacy statement or wish to exercise your rights under section 7 above, you may contact us at post@screencancer.no or at telephone number (+47) 47 23 46 36.


The Data Inspectorate is the supervisory authority when it comes to the processing of personal data. We encourage you to always contact ScreenCancer first if you believe your rights have not been fulfilled.


If you wish to delete your registered personal- and health information at ScreenCancer click here.