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Diabetes WA’s 2019 Corporate Lunch

Join Perth’s corporate and political leaders and visionaries and be inspired by Western Australia’s own Nobel Laureate and keynote speaker, Professor Barry J Marshall, AC FRACP FAA FRS MBBS over a three-course lunch hosted by 6PR’s Steve Mills.

When: Friday, 13 September 2019
Where: Fraser’s Restaurant, Kings Park
Time: 11.30am for 12.00pm start. Concludes at 2.30pm with networking to 3.30pm.

Tickets: $165 per ticket or $1500 per table of 10 (price includes GST).

RSVP: Friday, 23 August 2019

By joining us, you will be supporting Diabetes WA’s mission to enhance the quality of life for the estimated 10% of Western Australians living with diabetes.

Tickets sell fast so secure your table soon. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Email queries to

Diabetes WA's 2019 Corporate Lunch keynote speaker Professor Barry J. Marshall

About Professor Barry J. Marshall

Awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2005 for their 1982 discovery that Helicobacter pylori bacterium plays a major role in causing peptic ulcers, Professor Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren’s research at the University of Western Australia has revolutionised medicine’s understanding and treatment of stomach cancer. Marshall and Warren’s work is acknowledged as the most significant discovery in the history of gastroenterology and is compared to the development of the polio vaccine and the eradication of smallpox.

Professor Marshall was Western Australian of the year in 2007, and became a Companion in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AC) that year as well. He is included in the Chinese government’s “1000 Talents Plan”, and has honorary doctorates from universities in Italy, Hong Kong, Poland and Australia.

The topic of Professor Marshall’s keynote speech will be announced closer to the event.

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