Freeline Social Media Community Engagement Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in our Freeline Social Media feed.

Please review our Social Media Community Engagement Guidelines before submitting any personal information to us:

Freeline’s social media feeds on LinkedIn and Twitter are a place for followers to learn more about our ground-breaking work in gene therapy, the ethos of our company, our history and research, and the disease areas that we aim to treat. We reserve the right not to engage with any comments that are inappropriate or abusive. This account is based in the UK, and is intended for UK audiences. Please note that if you live outside of the UK, different regulations may apply.

We respect that social media is a place for individuals to express their views and opinions. Please remember that healthcare is a highly regulated industry, and we cannot give medical advice, or discuss products from other companies and our products to the extent that such a discussion is prohibited by law. If you have any health concerns, please contact your GP or health professional.

Please note that the social media accounts that Freeline follows, or are followed by, are not an indication of an endorsement by Freeline. Comments made by third parties that mention Freeline, on feeds that Freeline follows, or on platforms by third parties, do not necessarily represent the opinion of Freeline or any of its partners.

These accounts are monitored between 8 am – 5 pm UTC (GMT), Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays.

Side Effects or Adverse Events

If you believe that you, or another person, may have experienced side effects or reactions while taking a medicine, you should immediately consult your GP, pharmacist, or other healthcare professional. Side effects or adverse events should additionally be reported to in the UK or the equivalent medicines regulatory body in the country where you live.

If you have experienced any side effects or reactions while taking part in a Freeline clinical trial, you should immediately consult your trial doctor, your GP, pharmacist or other healthcare professional. Any adverse events should also be reported to

We do not advise sharing personal health information publicly online.


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