Face to Face with the New Optimists: Paul Moss on controlling cancer
Our first Kindle book, The New Optimists: Challenging Cancer has just been released so it’s a good time to continue our Face to Face series by getting to know some of the scientists who have contributed essays on the topic.
We’ll be interviewing some more of the New Optimists over the summer, but here’s a video we first posted before the launch of the book last year – it’s an interview with Paul Moss, Head of the School of Cancer Sciences at the University of Birmingham, and Director of the Birmingham Cancer Research UK Centre.
He talks here about developments in cancer treatments and his optimism that cancer could be controlled in a generation. You’ll be able to read his full essay on controlling cancer in the Kindle book, and you can see more videos featuring him at the New Optimists YouTube channel.