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Accessibility at the American Cancer Society

In our ongoing commitment to meeting the needs of all of our constituents, including those with disabilities, the American Cancer Society is dedicated to improving accessibility in the following ways.

Site Accessibility

The American Cancer Society is committed to providing a site in which all functionality and content are accessible to all individuals. Our site, cancer.org, is updated regularly to make it as accessible as possible. The site has been designed to meet Level AA Success Criteria of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 to the greatest extent feasible. This is also known as WCAG 2.1, Level AA conformance.

Best practices in coding have been implemented, so that users can control the site using the devices of their choice, and take advantage of features that are provided within the browser, such as resizing text.

Photographic images and graphics on cancer.org contain “alt tags” that allow users with screen readers to listen to a description of the image and/or graphics, which assists in the understanding of the intent of visual content.

Row and column headers for data tables are identified.

Pages have been designed to avoid a screen-flicker frequency greater than 2Hz and lower than 55 Hz.

We recommend using Adobe? 5.0 or newer to view PDF documents on our site. You may download the reader free at . Prior versions may not function well with a screen reader.

For more information, call us at 1-800-227-2345, or visit our Contact Us page.

Auxiliary Aids and Services

Alternative Formats:

American Cancer Society print publications that are available at no cost to individuals are also available free of charge in alternative formats upon request.

Persons with visual impairments can request copies in braille or large print. Persons with hearing impairments can request audio copies of materials.

To request materials in an alternative format, call our Helpline at 800-227-2345.