Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC) of lesions obtained from Diffusion Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging is an emerging biomarker for evaluating anti-cancer therapy response. To compute the lesion's ADC, accurate lesion segmentation must be performed. To quantitatively compare these lesion segmentation algorithms, standard methods are used currently. However, the end task from these images is accurate ADC estimation, and these standard methods don't evaluate the segmentation algorithms on this task-based measure. Moreover, standard methods rely on the highly unlikely scenario of there being perfectly manually segmented lesions. In this paper, we present two methods for quantitatively comparing segmentation algorithms on the above task-based measure; the first method compares them given good manual segmentations from a radiologist, the second compares them even in absence of good manual segmentations.