Cavernoma on My Mind at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Cavernoma is still, unfortunately, a little-known neurological condition. We hope that with the Cavernoma on My Mind Garden we will succeed in raising awareness. Please donate what you can to help us build this garden.
A cavernoma is a lesion made up of abnormal blood vessels most commonly found in the brain or spine. It can bleed, causing seizures, stroke, neurological deficits, disability and even death. The only proven form of treatment for cavernoma is currently brain or spinal surgery.
The Cavernoma on My Mind Garden, designed by Chelsea favourite, the renowned Taina Suonio, and her friend and colleague, Anne Hamilton.
By supporting this awareness raising RHS Chelsea Flower Show Garden you are doing your bit for the cavernoma patients and participating in funding this garden.
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