albinism happens to about 1 out of 17000 people in america. it can not be determined if your children will have it because of the uncertainty of the mutations that occur in albinism. it is an autosomal recessive gene, which means that it needs both alninism genes from both parents in order to produce a child with it. When both parentds have the genetic disease, your child has a one in four(25%)chance of getting it too. I hoped i answered your question.