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During an ethnographic study of barriers to, and compliance with, antiretroviral (ARv) treatment in the South Africa's West Coast region, our team came across a general sense amongst heath care providers that there was a lively illicit trade in antiretroviral medications. in itself, this is seen to be a barrier to adherence for many of their patients whose medication is traded to, or stolen by, drug dealers. independent anecdotal evidence is emerging about this trade, though there has beendoi:10.4314/asr.v14i2.70236 fatcat:f7wqgtrvtva6lbo5kmworhtigu