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Accessibility statement

GlaxoSmithKline has an ongoing commitment to ensuring that the content on this website is accessible to the widest range of visitors, regardless of disability.

Access keys
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that provide quick links to common website features, without the need to use a mouse.

To navigate with access keys:

  • Windows
    Hold down the 'Alt' key and the access key, followed by the 'Enter' key
  • Macintosh
    Hold down the 'Ctrl' key and the access key

Please note: Access keys are only supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 and above and Netscape 6 and above.

The pages on this website comply with the recommended UK Government access keys standard:

1 - Home page
2 - Media centre
3 - Site map
4 - Search
5 - About us
8 - Legal notices
9 - Contact us
0 - Accessibility statement
S - Skip navigation

All content images on this site are provided with descriptive ALT attributes.

All pages contain a link to the home page (access key 1), sitemap (access key 3) and search box (access key 4).

A skip navigation option (access key S) is available on the majority of pages to users of screen readers and text-only browsers. Skip navigation enables the user to jump straight to the content area of a page, bypassing the top and side navigation.

The navigation system has been constructed in a consistent fashion to provide clear navigation pathways throughout the site.

There is a sitemap of GSK.com (access key 3) which can help you navigate around the website.

In many cases we have provided an HTML version of PDFs on this website, however if you would like to use a screen reader to read PDF documents you can find out more at the Adobe access website.

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