Foundation Honors Cold Spring Resident

Alan Brownstein (File photo by Sheila Williams)

Recognized for work fighting Hep B

Cold Spring resident Alan Brownstein was honored on July 23 with a lifetime achievement award from the Hepatitis B Foundation and Hep B United, a coalition led by the foundation and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations.

Brownstein served as president and CEO of the American Liver Foundation from 1994 to 2004 and as a member of the Hepatitis B Foundation board from 2006 to 2019. Hepatitis B is a liver disease which affects more than 292 million people.

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