Windsor researchers patent new diagnostic technique for cancerous tumours

Nice to see it's a joint Canada-US research program. Researchers benefit when they move beyond their own sandbox - be it dept, university, city or country - to get new views and ideas. 

“It’s a very good measure of how bad or how good the treatment of radiation or chemotherapy is,” Schlesinger said. “With a needle you can do it once and then you have to wait a few weeks. If you have a non-invasive method you could measure the thing daily.”