Carey Mulligan Speaks Out About Dementia and the Toll It's Taken on Her Family

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Carey Mulligan Speaks Out About Dementia and the Toll It's Taken on Her Family
Carey Mulligan wants to make the world a better place for those who suffer from dementia. The Suffragette star, whose grandmother Margaret Booth, 90, has suffered from dementia for 16 years, has been appointed as the U.K.'s first global Dementia Friends Ambassador. In close collaboration with the Alzheimer's Society, Mulligan, 31, will work to publicize the Dementia Friends initiative, which aims to transform the way people perceive, act and talk about the condition in everyday life. "It empowers you to take away that fear that you feel when you're in the street and you see someone who is maybe struggling a little bit,
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