Demystifying Medicine Video



This video educates a general audience regarding red-green colour blindness. It is also designed to help diagnose those that may be suffering from the condition. However, an official diagnosis from a doctor is recommended. The video presents information about colour vision, types of colour blindness, the inheritance of the condition, colour vision aids and an interview segment.

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