Malaysian dentist dedicates her life to helping women and underprivileged children


YWCA Penang's women and men empowerment session through the Y Kitchen started by Dr Marina (in blue). Photo: YWCA Penang

Juggling her career as a dentist with family responsibilities hasn’t detracted from Datuk Dr Marina Lalitha David’s lifelong commitment towards helping the less fortunate.

The 66-year-old dental surgeon from Penang has dedicated her life towards advocating for women empowerment and underprivileged children.

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