The Genetic Disease - Color Blindness
Color blindness, a condition where sufferers have the inability to distinguish between different colors or shades of color. This disease is an inherited disorder. The most common type of color blindness is genetic red-green color blindness, where the sufferers are unable to distinguish between green and red in dim light. Complete color blindness is a very rare condition, the victims are only able to determine black, white and shades of gray.
There are many types of genetic color blindness. For example, people who have the inability to distinguish any color variations have monochromatism, a condition of being completely color-blind. …
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