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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albinism

Albinism in humans is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence ... In humans, there are two principal types of albinism: oculocutaneous, affecting the eyes, skin and hair, and ocular affecting the eyes only.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/killing-albinos-tanzania-albinism

Feb 18, 2009 ... People are actually weaving albino hair into their fishing nets and ... in mice, but they are a long way from translating this research to humans.

www.albinism.org/site/c.flKYIdOUIhJ4H/b.9253761/k.24EE/Information_Bulletin__What_is_Albinism.htm

NOAH is a volunteer organization which provides people with albinism, their families and those that ... OCA5–7 were recognized in humans in 2012 and 2013.

kidshealth.org/en/teens/albinism.html

Humans, animals, and even plants can have albinism, a condition that gives ... Albinism can affect people of all races, and there are different kinds of albinism.

www.cnn.com/2016/06/07/africa/africa-albino-hunted-bones-malawi/index.html

Jun 7, 2016 ... Hunting for humans: Malawian albinos murdered for their bones. By Dominique van ... "It really raises fear," she says. "Why should people hunt ...

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/245861.php

Sep 27, 2016 ... Albinism is a genetic disorder often associated with a lack of color in the ... There is no cure for albinism, but some symptoms can be treated ...

albinism.ohchr.org/stories.html

Read inspirational stories of People with albinism. How they go beyond the prejudices and difficulties of life.

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/albinism/basics/symptoms/con-20029935

Apr 19, 2014 ... Signs of albinism are usually, but not always, apparent in a person's skin, hair and eye color. However, all people with the disorder experience ...

www.genome.gov/dnaday/q.cfm?aid=198&year=2009

I think you see more albinism in humans than in at least wild animals. ... Wild albinos really stick out and are usually easy prey for predators, so you rarely see  ...