Glad you got the files. It was the computer expert, not me!
No worries about timing, the inquest will not be for a while yet.
Chris suffered with Crohn's disease, asthma, and had Asperger's syndrome (this is 'high functioning autism'). There were some things he could do and some things he couldn't do, although he was highly intelligent. Here's a link http://www.autism.org.uk/asperger. He wouldn't go for blood tests, so the consultant and GP stopped prescribing Azathioprine, the Crohn's medication. This was 2009. He had also had psychiatric symptoms since childhood which manifested in "cutting" behaviour. Hence the scars on his arms. He managed without medication for a long while altho' Crohn's is a very painful illness. In September 2010, he was started on Citalopram which is the anti-depressant. No treatment for the Crohn's, nor for the psychiatric symptoms although he was suicidal at times. I can also send the GP report if you'd like. I think there are alternative medications for Crohn's, which don't need blood tests regularly. But they let him suffer.
So he died in January 2011. All the doctor was saying at the time was 'go for a blood test, and we'll put you back on Azathioprine'. But I think Chris had a fear of blood tests by now,he couldn't do it.
Another issue is, why did the tox report not highlight the pentabarbitone.
I think I'd be depressed if I were going to the loo 8 times a day and had Crohn's flare ups!
If you could do an opinion report, we'd be grateful. How much will this cost, how can we get the payment to you?