In the village of Ciburuy, West Java, the rate of albinism is unusually high. Here, one in 177 people have the rare genetic condition.
One woman is suing her father’s doctor for not disclosing that he has a fatal, heritable condition.
"My eyes tend to go in every direction at once. Some people gather from that that I have albinism; others just assume that I'm not right in the head."
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And identifying it might help us find genetic causes for other rare conditions.