Magic plate delivers right dose during real-time treatment

By Lisa Wachsmuth
Updated March 5 2016 - 8:16am, first published March 2 2016 - 7:35am
On target: Ziyad Alrowaili - with Associate Professor Michael Lerch and Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld from UOW’s Centre for Medical Radiation Physics - with the 'magic' radiation detector. Picture: Paul Jones
On target: Ziyad Alrowaili - with Associate Professor Michael Lerch and Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld from UOW’s Centre for Medical Radiation Physics - with the 'magic' radiation detector. Picture: Paul Jones

A University of Wollongong researcher has created a ‘magic plate’ to more safely, and effectively, deliver radiation to cancer patients.

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