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Celebrities can do more harm them good when they take on a ‘good cause’

In such a celebrity driven world, it is almost mandatory to have a famous face attached to a social awareness campaign. But they can fuel the expectation that real-life victims are just like those we see on television or the big screen, writes Erin O’Brien.

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