Cookie Information

The above website is owned and managed by:

Novo Nordisk Foundation
Tuborg Havnevej 19
DK-2900 Hellerup

VAT No. DK-10582989

Contact details:

Novo Nordisk Foundation
Tel.: +45 35 27 66 00

Cookies on our website

When you use the website, you automatically receive one or more cookies. You have given consent to this by clicking OK in the information banner that appears when you visit the site.
A cookie is a small file stored in your web browser that the website recognizes when you visit the website again. A cookie is not a program and is virus-free.

Cookies contain information in the form of text and/or numbers, such as the contents of your shopping cart or a date that may be necessary for completing your purchase. Such session cookies usually expire after every browsing session, meaning when you close your browser.

Other cookies known as persistent cookies have an expiry date and are stored on your hard drive for the relevant period.

The section below provides more details about the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s use of cookies and which cookies are used. This is also the place to find information on how you can delete and block cookies.

How we use cookies

Each time you visit, we collect information about your computer and your browsing session on the website. The following sections provide more information about cookies and how and why we use the information.

A cookie is a small text file that a website can store on your computer if the preferences you set in your browser (such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari) allow this. A cookie is not harmful and is used, for example:

  • for keeping track of your visit (called a session) on the website; for example, keeping track of what you have put in your shopping cart
  • for statistical purposes, in which a cookie containing a number can be used to produce statistics on the pages a user views and whether a user has visited the website previously etc.; and
  • for saving settings, such as whether information has been displayed to users previously.

Types of cookies

There are several types of cookies. First-party cookies are run by the website you visit, in this case; third-party cookies are run by a third party, such as a web analysis program.

For how long are cookies stored?

The length of time a cookie is stored on your computer depends on what the cookie is used for. Some are deleted when you close your browser. Others are stored for several years. Typically, cookies are active for up to 2 years from the time you last visited a website.

What are cookies used for?

We use cookies on to collect information on the use of our website: which pages our users look at, how often and for how long. We use this information for the future development of the site.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are sent by web analytics programs to analyse how users use our website. We use information solely for statistical purposes. Some web analytics cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser. Others are stored for up to 2 years.

You can always delete cookies from your computer.

Deleting cookies

Cookies you have previously accepted can easily be deleted later. If you use a PC with a relatively new browser, you can delete your cookies by using the keys Ctrl–Shift–Delete. If this fails to work and/or you use a Macintosh, you need to begin by finding out which browser you are using and thereafter click on the relevant link:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Safari
  • Flash cookies (applies to all browsers) for iPhone, iPad and others from Apple
  • Telephones using the Android operating system
  • Telephones using Windows 7

You have the right to know which personal information we process about you. You may also object to the information being used at any time. You may also revoke the consent you gave us to process information about you. If the information processed about you is incorrect, you have the right to have it amended or deleted. Notifications about this should be sent to: If you want to file a complaint about our processing of your personal information, you also have the right to contact the Danish Data Protection Agency.