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(1)Schedule 1 to the 1995 Act (which supplements the definition of “disability” in section 1 of that Act) shall have effect with the following amendments.
(2)Paragraph 1(1) (mental illness must be clinically well-recognised if it is to be basis of “mental impairment”) is omitted.
(3)Before paragraph 7 (persons deemed to be disabled) there is inserted—
“6A.(1)Subject to sub-paragraph (2), a person who has cancer, HIV infection or multiple sclerosis is to be deemed to have a disability, and hence to be a disabled person.
(2)Regulations may provide for sub-paragraph (1) not to apply in the case of a person who has cancer if he has cancer of a prescribed description.
(3)A description of cancer prescribed under sub-paragraph (2) may (in particular) be framed by reference to consequences for a person of his having it.”
(4)In paragraph 7, after sub-paragraph (5) there is inserted—
“(5A)The generality of sub-paragraph (5) shall not be taken to be prejudiced by the other provisions of this Schedule.”
(5)At the end there is inserted—
9.In this Schedule “HIV infection” means infection by a virus capable of causing the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.”
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