We are excited to announce that we are expanding our braille labeling for medication. Our state-of-the-art braille label printer features Grade 2, contracted braille and it meets the guidelines of US Access Board. The labels are clear and they can be added on top of a standard printed, text label. These braille labels can be added to any of our packages for prescription medication, OTC medication, vitamins and supplements.

In addition to labeling our products, we are also able to provide a wide collection of healthcare materials written in braille from the American Cancer Society. The list of available braille materials are below. If you are interested, simply call us.  The braille printed materials are free.

    • About Breast Cancer
    • Breast Cancer Risk and Prevention
    • Breast Cancer Early Detection and Diagnosis
    • Breast Cancer Treatment
    • Understanding Breast Cancer Diagnosis
    • Breast Reconstruction Surgery
    • Living as a Breast Cancer Survivor
    • About Colorectal Cancer
    • Colorectal Cancer Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention
    • Colorectal Cancer Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Staging
    • Treating Colorectal Cancer
    • After Colorectal Cancer Treatment
    • About Prostate Cancer
    • Prostate Cancer Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention
    • Prostate Cancer Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Staging
    • Treating Prostate Cancer
    • After Prostate Cancer Treatment
    • About Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
    • Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention
    • Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Staging
    • Treating Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
    • After Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treatment
    • Deciding to Quit Smoking and Making a Plan
    • Nicotine Replacement Therapy to Quit Smoking
    • Getting Help with the Mental Part of Tobacco Addiction
    • Prescription Drugs to Help You Quit Smoking
    • Other Ways to Quit Smoking
    • Staying Tobacco-free After You Quit Smoking
    • Quitting Smoking: Help for Cravings and Tough Situations
    • Nutrition for the Person with Cancer

Contracted braille, also called grade 2 braille, uses contractions. Contractions are short ways of writing braille that make reading and writing braille faster, and the braille takes less space. To learn more about braille, go to: http://brailleauthority.org/learn/braillebasic.pdf

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