Dr Mark Wilson
Looking after all your Gastroenterology & Liver Needs
Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated.
The risk of bowel cancer increases with age, significantly if you’re over 50.
Lifestyle factors including diet and smoking can also be a contributing factor.
Screening tests are available. Speak with your GP if you have concerns.
New Hepatitis C medications have become available through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).
These medications are well tolerated, effective and now affordable as a result.
This disease can be cured.
There is no better time than present to discuss your treatment options.
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About the Art on this Website
Laser Beak Man is the colourful superhero created by Australian artist Tim Sharp who has won fans from all around the world with his unique and very original art. I have personally bought many pieces of his artwork.
Tim is 28 years old and was diagnosed with Autism when he was three years of age. Such were Tim’s enormous difficulties that the doctor's advice to his Mum Judy was "that the best thing to do was put him away and forget about him." Rejecting this prognosis, Judy bravely pushed on and helped Tim find an outlet for his talents.
Drawing was a comfort for Tim and enabled him to communicate, and eventually Tim did learn to speak. At age 11 Tim invented Laser Beak Man who allows Tim to show the world his great sense of humour and intelligence as well as his original way of looking at life, all the while with his mother at his side.
I am a collector of Tim's artwork and have his permission to include it on this web site. To find out more about Tim's art and story go to www.laserbeakman.com.