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tendency to reoffend and was in any case receiving adequate medical care in detention. In October 2014 the applicant requested the European Court of Human Rights to authorise his immediate release as an interim measure under Rule 39 of its Rules of Court. The European Court granted that request and

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serious deterioration in their condition. They thus made a request under Rule 39 of the Rules of Court (interim measures) in September 2014 to the European Court of Human Rights to be provided with adequate medical care in prison. The European Court granted this request and indicated to the Azerbaijani

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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/092902707X262905 European Journal of Health Law 14 (2007) 381-402 European Court of Human Rights * ECHR 2007/11 Case of Ciorap v. Moldova, 19 June 2007, no. 12066/02 (Fourth Section) Th e facts Th e applicant, born in 1965, worked for “Social

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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157180908X338287 European Journal of Health Law 15 (2008) 319-336 www.brill.nl/ejhl European Court of Human Rights * ECHR 2008/10 Case of D. and others v. Th e United Kingdom, 12 February 2008, no. 38000/05 (Fourth Section); Decision as to the

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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/157180909X400259 European Journal of Health Law 16 (2009) 89-104 www.brill.nl/ejhl S ELECTED L EGISLATION AND J URISPRUDENCE European Court of Human Rights * ECHR 2009/1 Case of R.K. and A.K. v. Th e United Kingdom, 30 September 2008, no. 38000

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, following the European Court of Human Rights’ indication, under Rule 39 of its Rules of Court (interim measures), that he should be placed in the prison hospital and provided with adequate treatment for his cancer and chronic hcv , the applicant was transferred to the prison hospital. Subsequently he

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European Journal of Health Law 12: 287-305, 2005. 287 © 2005 Koninklijke Brill N.V. Printed in the Netherlands SELECTED LEGISLATION AND JURISPRUDENCE EUROPEAN COURTS European Court of Human Rights * ECHR 2005/10 Case of Storck v. Germany, 16 June 2005, no. 61603/00 (Third Section) The facts The

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provisional text of the judgements of the European Court of Human Rights. These judgments are still subject to editorial revision before their reproduction in Reports of Judgments and Decisions. For the full provisional text, see: http://www.echr.coe.int .

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, unanimously, holds that there has been a violation of Article 3 of the Convention. * These summaries are based on the provisional text of the judgements of the European Court of Human Rights. These judgments are still subject to editorial revision before their reproduction in Reports of Judgments

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unanimously holds that there has been no violation of Article 8 and 14 of the Convention. * ) Notes : These summaries are based on the provisional text of the judgements of the European Court of Human Rights. These judgments are still subject to editorial revision before their reproduction in