Recording a verdict at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall that Alina Sarag died from natural causes and that neglect contributed to her death, coroner Aidan Cotter said:
A diagnosis should have been made and treatment should have been started.
I am satisfied that the failure to take action did have a direct causal connection to Alina's death.
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