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This site is taking steps to meet the University's minimum standard for web accessibility - compliance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) AA guidelines. In re-designing our pages we are also taking into account the recommendations of the University's recent web accessibility audit. Our progress so far is documented at the end of this page.

Alternative Formats

If you have problems accessing the site or if you require any part of the content in an alternative format, please get in touch with the Webmaster by email Webmaster or write, telephone or fax enquiries to

Cancer Immunogenetics Group, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Radcliffe Infirmary, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HA. Tel: 01865 617 007, 617 066.

Navigation: finding your way around the site

You may find our sitemap useful.

You can use your tab key to work through each page in a logical order. If you are using Internet Explorer, you may find that the skip navigation link and page contents bookmarks do not behave in a satisfactory manner. We are investigating this.

Sequence for tab keys

  1. Accessibility and Sitemap link
  2. Main navigation.
  3. Main Content includes entry boxes.
  4. Subsidiary Content (e.g. links to further information associated with the page content)
  5. Section navigation
  6. Footer and Contact Information

Access Keys

We have adopted the University's Access key policy.

Display: making the site easier to view

The appearance of this site is governed by stylesheets which may be turned off in your browser if you wish, or overridden by your own stylesheet or by changing settings in your browser. Information on how to do this is given in the next section - Accessibility Options in your browser.

Enlarging Text

You can scale the text and menus up and down -

In the menu, select View > Text Size.
In the menu, select View > Increase Font or View > Decrease Font.
In the menu, select View > Text Zoom.
In the menu, select View > Zoom.

Alternative Appearance

Work is still underway to produce a high contrast version of the site.

Accessibility Options in your browser

This site has been designed to help you make the best use of accessibility options in your browser.

Progress So Far

We believe we have met almost all the W3C AA recommendations.

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