In my work I’m sometimes called upon to vulgarize medical information. It’s an exercise that isn’t as easy as it seems; having the ability to knock down medical complexity to something even grandma can understand demands not only a good control of medical knowledge, but a good command of common English also.
“In some instances, the scientists take whole cells from a tumor, kill them, and then douse them with molecules that are known to anger the immune system before injecting them back into a patient.”
I found that the idea of molecules “angering” the immune system is really a great way of expressing the concept of immune system stimulation in a simple way; it’s an excellent “image” for those who are not familiar with the immune system.
Bravo from Wandering electrons to Aaron. Keep up the good work!