In a South African context, we consider the implications of the United States Food and Drug Administration’s recent approval of the OraQuick HIV self-testing kit. We argue that current law and policy inhibit the roll-out of accurate and well-regulated self-testing kits, and create a loophole for sale in supermarkets, but not pharmacies.
Richter, M. L., Venter, W. D. F., & Gray, A. (2017). Enabling HIV self-testing in South Africa. Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine, 13(4), 186. https://doi.org/10.4102/sajhivmed.v13i4.114