As of 2016 there is no cure or treatment for colorblindness.
There are special glasses that help the color blind to see color.
At this time, there are no treatments for colorblindness.
A father with colorblindness and a mother (who is a carrier of colorblindness)
Colorblindness is usually a genetic trait. There is no more a cure for genetic colorblindness than there is for blond hair.
The prevalence of colorblindness in the population is approximately 2.7 million people. Colorblindness is more prevalent in the male population.
The proper name for colorblindness is color vision deficiency.
Colorblindness and trisomy 21 .
the type of trait of colorblindness is inherited, meaning you can't change it.
Boys can't be carriers of colorblindness because if they have one allele for colorblindness it will show because they only have one X chromosome.