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Implicit in this, it might be thought, is the proposition that the NHS would have been acting in breach of Article 3 if, having begun such treatment, it then decided to withdraw it from D without good reason. On the other hand, D was an extreme case where D was very close to death. Later cases show that Article 3 provides no protection for HIV-AIDS sufferers not as close to death as D was, even if it is clear that their prospects, and in the fairly near future, will be fatally prejudiced by removal to a country without the facilities provided by the NHS.
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