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Under certain circumstances, it is permissible to make direct quotes from Being Patient articles. The context, number and length of the quotes will determine whether permission is required. It is never acceptable to selectively quote from articles in a manner that changes their meaning, to take quotes out of context or to combine quotes to create a sentence. It may also be considered infringement if a large percentage of the publication consists of quotes from Being Patient articles. It is always best to submit a request for clearance. Editing and adaptation of Being Patient content is generally not permitted, and must be approved by Being Patient. Use of article excerpts is possible with permission from Being Patient, without alteration to the intended meaning of the original text.
Can I use headlines and summaries of Being Patient articles?
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When linking to a beingpatient.com article, which URL should I use?
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May I link to articles in the beingpatient.com archive?
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