21 Million Americans are Afflicted
with some form of Color Blindness...
Of these 21 million people, 1-in-8 Men
and 1-in-200 Women are color blind.
The term color blindness is actually an inaccurate term for color deficiency. There is no actual "blindness" involved - it's better described as color confusion. Color blind people do not see in black and white, except in some very rare and extreme cases. Due to color deficiency commonly being referred to as color blindness, ChromaGen uses both terms.
Some jobs only accept applicants who possess the ability to discern colors and hues. Have you been discouraged from pursuing your dream career simply because you are color deficient?