Harold Falls

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Harold Francis Falls (November 25, 1909 in Winchester, Indiana – May 27, 2006 in Brighton, Michigan) was an American ophthalmologist and geneticist. He helped found one of the first genetics clinic in US. The Nettleship-Falls syndrome, the most common type of ocular albinism, is named after him and English ophthalmologist Edward Nettleship.

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