What is ALBRIGHT'S DISEASE?

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launched by Fuller Albright, an American physician, a disease brought about for problems to do with the pituitary gland and hypothalamus gland, marked by color irregularities, bony pseudocysts, and early pubescence in girls.

ALBRIGHT'S DISEASE: "Once Carrie was diagnosed and treated for Albright's Disease, her skin tone began to become more uniform in color."

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