Woman died of anorexia and overdose of painkillers, inquest hears
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A 44-year-old Norwich woman died of anorexia and a painkiller overdose, an inquest heard.
Candida Davies was born in Stody, near Holt, and died at home in Norwich on November 8 last year.
Senior coroner Jacqueline Lake told Norfolk Coroner's Court her body was identified by her husband the same day.
A histopathologist report stated the medical cause of death was an overdose of meptazinol - an opioid used as a painkiller - and anorexia nervosa.
Mrs Davies had recently fractured her left femur, the report continued.
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A full inquest into Mrs Davies' death will be heard at the Norfolk Coroner's Court on May 30.
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