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The Big Sunflower Project

The Big Sunflower Project aims to raise awareness of the rare neuromuscular conditions known as centronuclear and myotubular myopathy by asking people to grow a sunflower. Seeds are free and the project welcomes participation from anyone. The only criteria for taking part, is that you are willing to have have a go and to share your photos and stories with the project.

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