Catching the cancers early is still very important, Tilanus-Linthorst said. Of the ladies diagnosed between 2006 and 2012, she noted, 65 % had their tumors caught when they were still less than three-quarters of inch in size. Dr. Harold Burstein cowrote an editorial published with the study. The cancers caught these days are smaller sized and better-behaved when you look at them under a microscope, said Burstein, an oncologist at the Dana-Farber Tumor Institute in Boston.Since that time, AHF has conducted numerous HIV Medics training programs in the country, and has worked closely on tasks with both Zambian Ministry of Wellness, the Church Wellness Association of Zambia and other partners. At the moment, AHF-supported treatment treatment centers in Zambia are treating over 15,000 HIV/AIDS patients. HIV/Helps in Zambia Zambia includes a national HIV prevalence rate of around 17 % among adults ages 15 to 49.