Friday, December 12, 2008

Why does Africa have a higher rate of albinism?

Across the world, around one person in 20,000 suffers from albinism. But it is much more widespread in Africa, with a rate of around one in 5,000.

The Sun

1. I thought all ethnicities were the same, so should have the same rates of albinism.

2. Why more? It doesn't sound environmental.


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