THE death of a woman from complications with chemotherapy has been ruled as “natural causes”.

Christina Annal, 55, of Main Avenue in Sandford-on-Thames, died on March 10 this year at the John Radcliffe Hospital.

The sales assistant, originally from Liverpool, had multiple myeloma and was undergoing necessary chemotherapy treatment.

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However, due to “complications” of the chemotherapy administered, Miss Annal sadly passed away.

An inquest was held at Oxfords Coroners Court to determine how, when and where Miss Annal died.

The court that senior coroner Darren Salter ruled that Miss Annal’s death was a result of “natural causes”.

The medical cause of death was ruled as “complications of chemotherapy administered to treat multiple myeloma”.


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This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

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