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No fun in the sun

Camp Sundown is no ordinary summer camp because the fun doesn’t start until after dark. These campers live with rare genetic disorders that make exposure to sunlight very painful, or even deadly. Unable to repair skin cells that get damaged by natural light, they have to take numerous precautions and steer clear of all the fun usually associated with sunshine. At Camp Sundown, these extraordinary children can enjoy ordinary activities with peers from around the world who have the same condition.

Watch "No fun in the sun" on RTD website and on RT’s live feed. The time of the broadcast is available on RT’s schedule page.

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