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Death of teenager with anorexia was avoidable, inquest concludes

Assistant coroner to raise a series of concerns with bodies including NHS England

The death of a teenage university student with anorexia could have been avoided and was contributed to by neglect, an inquest has concluded.

Averil Hart, 19, who was a black belt in karate and academically gifted, started her first term at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich in September 2012.

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