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How Do You Know If You Have Waardenburg Syndrome?

The most common symptoms of Waardenburg syndrome are pale skin and pale eyes. Another common symptom is a streak of white hair near the forehead. In many cases, someone with this condition might have two different-colored eyes. This is known as heterochromia iridis

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