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Colour blindness

Colour blindness

A colour blind person has trouble seeing red, blue or green or cannot distinguish between them. Sometimes some shades of these colours cannot be recognised. This disorder is generally genetic. Sufferers may have difficulty following traffic lights and other colour oriented signals. Thus they cannot perform jobs that require them to judge colours. There is no cure for colour blindness.

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