"This week the OraQuick In-Home HIVTest, which will be sold over the counter and used without medical supervision, received its final approval from the Food and Drug Administration, meaning that it can be legally sold in the United States. Similar approvals may follow for other countries. But who is likely to use it and in what circumstances? And will the increased accessibility of HIV testing make any difference to the epidemic?" Read what they think on Aidsmap. Including Jerome Galea from Peru who says that he’d probably had about 50 tests in the past 25 years and doesn’t need to go through the counselling again.