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What is colour blindness?

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The vast majority of people with colour blindness can see many colours, but have problems distinguishing particular colours. Colour blindness is a genetic condition affecting the colour sensing cells in the retina of the eye. Around 8 percent of males and 0.5 percent of females are born colour blind. In 99 percent of cases, red and green are the colours that are difficult to distinguish.

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