Wells worked with live models of various age range and body types to create 20 different plaster casts of their torsos, from which he removed one breasts – simulating a mastectomy. On the initial day of the meeting, Wells and Mike Esson, a well known art professor from Sydney, Australia, will help the surgeons as they learn to accurately reproduce the lacking breast. Clay for the workshop was donated by Trinity Ceramics Source. On the next day, the surgeons shall work with volunteer nurses because they practice designing and drawing innovative incision lines.Related StoriesRutgers College of Nursing takes lead in $6 million nationwide effort to avoid fresh HIV infectionsNew initiative released to accelerate seek out effective HIV vaccineResearch provides qualified prospects for new strategies to develop HIV vaccineThe plan will pay fixed regular monthly benefits for antiretroviral treatment and a maternity advantage for female employees to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission, Xinhua/People’s Daily reports. ‘Without initial underwriting, the workers and their families are assured acceptance to the scheme regardless of the HIV status as the policy commences,’ Simachila Makwembo, risk manager for African Existence, said, adding, ‘This policy is also relevant to the informal sector so long as they group up and purchase the policy’.