Cancer is scary enough as it is — never mind all the impenetrable medical and technical jargon patients and their families have to deal with when discussing treatment options with their doctors.

Enter University of Glasgow cancer researcher Dr. Ewan MacCleod. He and his team are on the verge of a cancer treatment breakthrough that is notable not only for its brilliance, but also for how clear and simple it is for the layperson to comprehend. After listening to our interview with Dr. MacCleod, you’ll immediately understand why there is now hope even for patients with the most aggressive forms of the disease.

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