1. Preamble

The Parresia Group, a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of 1,100,000 euros, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 837 734 318, with its registered office at 23 Avenue du Docteur Lannelongue – 75014 Paris, offers on its website (hereinafter referred to as the Site) medical news content as well as a subscription service to its journals. This service is governed by these General Terms and Conditions of Sale (hereinafter referred to as the GTCS), to the exclusion of any other document or condition. Any use of the Site and any subscription made from the Site implies the full and unconditional acceptance by the User (hereinafter referred to as “User” or “Customer” or “Internet User”) of these GTCS.

Parresia reserves the right to modify the GTCS at any time. The new general terms and conditions of sale will be brought to the attention of the Customer by modification online and will apply only to sales made after the modification.

The GTCS are subject to French law. In case of dispute, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction.

2. Creating an Account on the Site

Some Products and/or Services accessible from the Site require the User and/or Customer to create an Account.

Only one account per User and/or Customer can be created.

Creating an Account is a declarative procedure allowing the User and/or Customer to enter certain information about themselves so that it can be associated with the access rights they have on all or part of the Products and/or Services of the Site. The account is associated with access codes, namely a username and password, chosen by the User and/or Customer, enabling them to identify themselves on the Site, log in to their Account, and access the associated Products and/or Services. The User and/or Customer undertakes, when creating their Account, to provide accurate and complete information. They agree to keep this information up to date for the entire duration of their Account’s validity.

These access codes are personal and confidential. Each User and/or Customer acknowledges and accepts that any connection to the Site, use of a Product and/or Service, or Order placed from their Account is deemed to have been made by them.

The User and/or Customer agrees to keep their access codes secret and refrain from disclosing them in any form to third parties. They are also encouraged to log out at the end of each visit to the Site and/or Applications.

For security reasons, if abnormal consumption is noticed on an account, the access provider reserves the right to send a request to reset the account to the user. If the problem persists, the subscription will be terminated, and the user will be asked to switch to a business subscription offer.

3. Subscription

These general conditions apply to all products marketed by

The different subscription offers are proposed within the limits of available stocks. The offers in force are those displayed on the Site on the day of the order registration, reserves the right to modify them at any time.

In the case of a subscription for an indefinite period and paid by direct debit, Parresia may be required to revise the amount debited periodically for the subscription or renewal. In this case, it must notify the User in advance within a reasonable time frame, allowing them to terminate their subscription before the effective implementation of this revision if they wish.

Parresia reserves the right, at any time, to adjust offers, propose new ones, and offer occasional promotional offers on the Site.

An individual subscription grants access to all content and associated services on the site for the duration of the subscription. To benefit from this access right, the subscription must have been taken out on an individual basis.

By purchasing products online and using the services offered, the Customer declares that they are using the services of in accordance with applicable law and these general conditions.

Parresia may revise the subscription contract prices. The price is guaranteed for the entire current commitment period.

For any increase not provided for at the time of the Order, Parresia notifies the Customer of the price increase with a minimum notice period of one month before it takes effect. Upon receipt of this notification, the Customer may freely terminate their subscription. In the absence of termination within the specified period, the price change will be deemed accepted and will apply to the continuation of the contract.


4. Subscription Terms

Contractual information will be confirmed, including these contractual details, at the time of the online purchasing process.

Parresia reserves the right to cancel any order from a Customer with whom there is a payment dispute, without the Customer being entitled to any compensation whatsoever.

The validation by the Customer of their order constitutes acceptance of these general conditions in full and without reservation. The data recorded on the website constitutes proof of all transactions between Parresia and its Customers, whether direct or indirect (through a third party).

The data recorded by the payment system constitutes proof of financial transactions. To validate their order, the Customer must click on the “Subscribe” button at the end of the order.

A subscription confirmation will be sent back to the email address provided, detailing the contractual information, including the exact amount charged and the terms of the offer. This subscription confirmation constitutes acceptance of the order and validates the transaction.

The Customer acknowledges that the data recorded on the Site constitutes proof of the transaction (type of subscription and subscription date), and the data recorded by the payment system described below constitutes proof of the financial transaction.

5. Payment

The current prices of the various subscription and renewal offers are those displayed on the Site at the time of order registration, with Parresia reserving the right to modify them at any time.

All orders, regardless of their origin, are payable in euros. Promotional offers are only valid for the duration of the relevant offer and for any initial subscription. Ongoing promotions cannot be combined. They cannot be exchanged for their monetary value or refunded in whole or in part. After the indicated period, the discount will be permanently lost.

The Customer is solely responsible for the effective payment of the purchased product, settled either by credit card, by check, or in one or more installments by direct debit. Only the User is responsible for payment by credit card, by check, or by direct debit for the service offered. Parresia is not responsible for payment issues related to the operation of the e-commerce service.

The Customer acknowledges that they must pay the full price and associated charges for the purchased product, including taxes.

6. Withdrawal

In accordance with articles L121-21 and following of the Consumer Code, you have a withdrawal right that allows you to cancel your order placed on the Internet, within a period of 14 (fourteen) clear days, from the receipt of the first issue of the journal or from the date of registration of your order for digital services. If this period expires on a Saturday, Sunday, or public holiday, it is extended until the next working day.

Cancellation of an order will result in the cancellation of the subscription.

7. Delivery

The print magazines are dispatched and delivered by La Poste to the address provided during the ordering process, provided that the Customer provides accurate information and provides all necessary details for the proper delivery of their order.

The delivery times and schedules are those usually practiced by postal services, with Parresia declining any responsibility in the event of a defect and/or delay in the delivery of magazines caused by a total or partial malfunction of the postal service.

There is no reshipment of magazines in case of non-receipt. However, upon reasonable, justified, and occasional request from the subscriber, Parresia may proceed with the reshipment of a non-received or damaged issue of the publication, subject to available stocks.

9. Responsibility and Personal Data

Parresia carries out its services within the framework of website publishing and subscription contracts, in accordance with current French regulations. Parresia’s liability cannot be engaged in the event of non-compliance with the legislation of another country.

The Customer uses Parresia’s services at their own risk. Parresia cannot guarantee in any case that the services offered will be uninterrupted. The obligation to provide magazines is limited to a best-effort obligation.

Parresia shall not be held responsible for the non-performance of the concluded contract, in case of out-of-stock or unavailability of the product, force majeure, malfunction, disruption, or total or partial strike, including postal services and means of transport and/or telecommunications.

Parresia shall not incur any liability for any indirect damages arising from these terms, loss of business, loss of profit, loss of opportunity, damages, or expenses.

Parresia will not be liable to the User for indirect, consequential, special, incidental, deterrent damages, loss of information, or problems occurring during electronic payment, costs related to delay or obtaining replacement products or services, regardless of the cause, based on a theory of liability (including formal, contractual, tortious, consequential damages within the limits allowed by law and caused by negligence), resulting from this contract. These limits shall apply even if a party has been advised of the possible occurrence of such damages and notwithstanding any failure of the main purpose of a limited remedy.

In accordance with the provisions of the law of January 6, 1978 relating to files, computers, and freedoms, Parresia’s Customers have the right to access, rectify, and oppose the personal data concerning them. This right can be exercised by sending an email to

10. Complaints and Mediation

For any information, questions, or advice, the subscription service can be contacted:

By email:

By phone: +33 1 40 92 70 58

The Customer may also resort to conventional mediation, particularly through the Consumer Mediation Commission or existing sector-specific mediation bodies, or any alternative dispute resolution method (conciliation, for example) in case of dispute.