I came across this article today in GEN --and to me its a sign, the tip of the iceberg, of what is going to be developed in the future, and be available to the public (and therefore, grocery stores everywhere)---"New HIV Self-Test Wins $2.6M Gates Foundation Grant Atomo Diagnostics has won a $2.6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation toward developing a rapid diagnostic test for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) designed to enable people in developing countries to test themselves. By developing an affordable, reliable, and simple HIV self-test, Atomo and the Foundation reason, patient populations that do not use existing facilities-based testing services are likelier to be tested for the virus—especially those at high risk of HIV infection who require more frequent testing. “We have sought always to develop simple, low-cost solutions that remove errors common with the current generation of ‘bits in a box’ test kits. This grant is an endorsement of our innovative user-friendly approach to testing and our commitment to making a positive impact on global health,” Atomo CEO John Kelly said in a statement. “This grant from the Gates Foundation is an important milestone for Atomo.” Atomo said it will develop a rapid diagnostic test that meets the needs of national public health systems and individual self-test users worldwide in low- and middle-income countries, by partnering with researchers and health workers, as well as end users. My question is, since positive HIV results must be reported--how will this be accomplished and still maintain the confidentially of the results. Self-testing leading to results that have to be reported will lead to new ways the results have to be reported. Are there other examples of this type of reporting out their?