End User Licensing Agreement

Please read the following terms before using the K6 Formula website. By choosing “Accept” or by using the website, you agree to be bound by all terms and conditions herein.

This agreement between Dr. David L. Cooke, M.D. and the user grants the user the right to access and use the K6 Formula website for educational and clinical purposes only. All rights granted in these terms are non-exclusive and non-transferable.

The K6 Formula website is owned by Dr. David L. Cooke and based on his intellectual property. It is protected by US copyright laws and other applicable international laws and treaties. Users of the K6 Formula website acquire no ownership right, title or interest in the K6 Formula, or in any applicable patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and other intellectual property rights contained in or associated with the service.

The information provided by the K6 Formula website is provided to the user without a warranty of any kind. The user indemnifies and holds Dr. David L. Cooke, M.D. harmless from and against all loss, cost, claims, or damages arising from the use of the K6 Formula website and the information provided. The user assumes all risks and responsibilities for the use of any information provided by the website. When used for clinical purposes, the user must make their own independent clinical determination regarding their patient’s care.

The user may not attempt to reproduce or modify the K6 Formula website. The user may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the K6 Formula website. The user may not adapt, modify, create derivative works, operate a service bureau, or act as a Software as a Service (SaaS) provider based on the K6 Formula website.

The K6 Formula website is configured to encrypt data in transit between the user and the website using HTTPS. The user is responsible to confirm that the connection is secure using the mechanisms provided by their browser. The website is not configured to store individually identifiable information provided by the user. Users are solely responsible to follow all applicable laws regarding privacy and patient information they may be bound by, such as HIPAA.