Groundbreaking research at U of S to tackle one of the deadliest forms of cancer


If successful, groundbreaking research at the University of Saskatchewan should help men and women diagnosed with a deadly brain cancer live longer.

The team consisting of 15 to 20 researchers has been awarded $200,000 in the form of a grant from the Canadian Cancer Society and if their instincts are right, the new imaging probes they’re developing will lead to better health outcomes for hundreds of Canadians every year.