DoctorAlerts would like to clarify that the images/graphics used on the website may be available on the internet and are considered open source for representational purposes. These images and content, found on the internet, are simultaneously in the public domain, allowing their use by interested parties. However, DoctorAlerts never intentionally intends to violate or infringe upon the rights of any individual or firm expressly stated by the same.

If you are the sole rights holder of any image or material appearing on our website, please notify DoctorAlerts. DoctorAlerts team will promptly address the concern.

In the ‘About Us’ section, DoctorAlerts has notified the names of books used as sources of content. If the publisher or owner of any book used has issues or concerns about copyright, DoctorAlerts recommends that they notify us. We will promptly remove any suspicious content upon notification. Without notification, the DoctorAlerts team will not be responsible for any action.

If there is a complaint about DoctorAlerts using owned or copyrighted material without authorization or suitable credits, a written complaint/notice/request should be sent to The forwarded complaint/notice/request must contain:

  1. Name and valid details of the complainant, along with a document expressing their sole right as the holder of the image, content, or others concerned.
  2. The exact place on the website where the content was first viewed by the aggrieved party, along with visual proof and/or URL link of the page.
  3. Specific details of the image, content, or other.
  4. A declaration addressed to DoctorAlerts of being the rightful owner of the work used inappropriately.
  5. If a second party is writing on behalf of the original copyright holder, a letter of authority along with the physically or electronically signed declaration by the first party or the original copyright holder should be attached.

If any of the above details are incomplete or inappropriate, the request may not be considered in minor cases, and in specific cases, it might result in legal action against the individual or company making a baseless claim.

Once a fully valid, verified complaint/notice/request is received, DoctorAlerts will acknowledge it in writing and provide a requested duration during which the issue will be duly addressed.

These clauses are part of the founding policy of DoctorAlerts, which never intentionally holds rights over anything owned by a party other than DoctorAlerts.

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