In an attempt to target the 25,000 undiagnosed HIV cases in Great Britain, lawmakers have made it legal to buy HIV tests over the counter for testing at home. Despite the current law, no HIV home testing kits currently exist in Britain.
The change in law means it is now legal for people to test and diagnose themselves at home.
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What challenges do you think might arise from home testing? Is home testing a viable option in your country?
Blood pressure and blood sugar tests are already available for use at home. What other tests could be brought to the home?