In operating our websites we gather and store certain information from your visits to create a personalised experience. We do this through the use of small software files called cookies placed on the device you use to visit our sites. This Cookie Policy provides you with an understanding of our implementation of such cookies, how they improve your online experience and your options related to their use.


Cookies are small number and text files that are stored on your computer or other devices when you visit our website. Cookies allow our website to recognise you as a user and view our site in accordance with your preferences. Cookies also remember specific pages and areas you’ve visited to let us know your interests. The data that cookies collect is anonymous although some of the data will provide our servers with your approximate geographical location. We use that location data only to improve your user experience and tell us when we need to display jurisdiction-specific notices, if any are required. Cookies do not download your personal information.


Performance cookies

These cookies are used to track your behaviour on our website and allow us to modify our website to make your experience an easier and more enjoyable one. The stored information does not personally identify you; it just provides us with additional data to help improve your experience.

Cookie name Source Purpose
Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to gather website statistics. It helps us identify parts of the site that are popular, and tracks when someone has signed up on the Stay Informed page. All data is gathered anonymously.

By declining cookies with the cookie banner, your browser will not send any data to Google Analytics.

Functionality cookies

These cookies help us remember your preferences and simplify your online experience. For example, these cookies can remember language, font and size preferences for text, as well as username and password combinations.

Cookie name Source Purpose
XSRF-TOKEN This website This cookie changes every time you load a page, it is used to help protect the website and your browser from certain types of security attacks.
acceptCookies This website This cookie tracks if you have accepted or declined cookies in your browser.
verified This website This cookie tracks if you have confirmed you are a healthcare professional located in Europe

Permitting cookies

Cookies are an important part of our efforts to enhance your online experience and you should be aware that if you decide to delete cookies, certain preferences will be lost and you may lose some website functionality. We therefore do not recommend turning cookies off when using our website. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can erase or block cookies by altering your browser settings. Please note that if you decided to block cookies, you can continue to utilise the public areas of our website, but you may no longer be able to access secure areas.

Rights to access data

The laws of certain countries permit you to request that we disclose to you the nature and content of the information we collected about you on the website or through the use of cookies. You can also prevent the storage of cookies on your device. Please see our privacy policies for more details on requesting access to such information if you live in such jurisdiction.


We hope that after you have read our policy you will have a clear understanding of our use of cookies and feel assured that Incyte is using them responsibly. By continuing to utilise Incyte’s websites without disabling cookies we will assume you are happy with cookies being used by us to personalise your online experience.