Champions of Change
Arline Loh is a former banking information technology expert who was forced prematurely into early retirement because of advancing liver disease caused by Chronic Hepatitis B. Having been infected with the Hepatitis B virus at birth, she draws closely on her own experiences with the disease to educate and inform people about the dangers of the condition and how to prevent it. Arline is the founder of two Hepatitis B Support groups in New York City as well as the co-founder of H+EAL (Health and Education for Asian Livers). Her advocacy efforts focus on screening, vaccination, treatment and management of the disease in adults 25 years and above.