How To Halt Cancer at “Stage NEGATIVE 1” – Azra Raza

Read the interview transcript here.

Today if you’re diagnosed with Stage 3 or Stage 4 cancer, your chances of surviving are no better than if you lived in 1930. But your chances are 100 times better when catch it early.

What if you could catch cancer SUPER early – years before any obvious indication of a problem?

And what if you could then solve the problem at its roots so it never recurs at all?

Azra Raza is an oncologist

at Colombia University and author of The First Cell: The Human Costs of Pursuing Cancer to the Last. Here she describes the First Cell Project. This is a collaboration with world class cancer researchers who have discovered how to identify “Giant Cells” that PREDATE and predict the generation of tumors YEARS in advance.

You’ll be privy to the incredibly moving story of Andrew, her daughter’s best friend who died of brain cancer at age 24… and the systemic problems that continue to plague the cancer field and repeat the tragedy of Andrew. Here we discuss why only outsiders will solve these problems.


Be sure and watch my previous interview with Azra Raza at – it’s a barn burner and provides important background that gives rich context to this new discussion.

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12 Responses

  1. Peter Xaysanasy says:

    Looking forward to updates.

  2. William Hiller says:

    family related

  3. Kenneth Capron says:

    “This is easy for me” said the strand of DNA.
    “Ya Right. You did it once. BFD!” replied the maternal RNA.
    “I miss you when you’re gone” said the nucleus.

  4. Marcia Coulter says:

    Synthesis is the name of the game, bringing many different fields of inquiry to bear on the really knotty problems.

  5. mark Jeffery says:

    now THAT’S what I call a Life’s Work Perry. If anyone can, Perry can!

  6. JeriAnn May says:

    As a Stage 2 breast cancer survivor with no family history and a 2-year old daughter when diagnosed, I found my own lump and am a testament that early detection is key. I have put my post-cancer efforts into working with organizations to fund a cure or vaccine. I want to effect change so others do not have to go through what I had to.

    I would love to learn more how I can be a part of the solution.

  7. Dayton Turner says:

    The Cancer Manifesto and email series really piqued my interest. I am not in any way connected to any medical background, but it has always seemed to me that the best way to fight diseases has proven to be helping the body’s natural immune system learn how to deal with the invading antigens.
    Knowing that T-cells are the backbone of our immune system, I was led to read a bit about them and was shocked to learn that out of the many thousands of T-cells the bone marrow produces, only two percent of them eventually make it into the Immune System Army. The other 98 percent fail theirs test at what we might call Thymus High.
    But even more shocking to me was the information that Thymus High reduces in size by three percent a year in our middle ages, meaning that fewer and fewer T-cells can get their diploma and join the Immune System Army.
    It would seem to me that an important thing to do would be to see if we can find ways to maintain graduation rates at Thymus High to help keep the Immune System Army at maximum numbers.
    T-cells are what detect and destroy cancer cells and I can suddenly see why cancer is more prevalent among older people than younger people — older people do not have as many T-Cells and the ones that do graduate can easily be overworked or just not be able to cover as much territory.
    I write this because I am wondering what kinds of work are being conducted in what I should think is this very important part of cancer detection and destruction.

  8. Jim Shute says:

    Hi Perry, have you seen the Burzynski documentary. Eye opening.

    • Jim,

      Sorry to push back on this, but people send me stuff like this all the time and if I chased every one down I wouldn’t have time to do anything else. So I don’t do “homework assignments.” In order to consider scheduling “watch this documentary” on my calendar I need a concise, coherent summary of its contents and a reasonable sense of the scientific models it contains and what action one is supposed to take upon watching it. If you can provide that, it’ll make my consideration list.

  9. Mazen Afif says:

    Through experimenting with some fatty tumors on the wrist, or a sarcoma in the auricle, a substance was tested and gave positive results in shrinking the tumor.

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