Which Colors Is A Person Suffering From Protanopia Not Able To See?
Can Protanopia be treatable, and if so, how is Protanopia treated?
Protanopia is a rare color blindness, affecting only about 1% of the male population. The sufferer does not have long wavelength cones and therefore cannot see the green-yellow-red spectrum.
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