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Both she and her sister, Dr Yvonne Pambakian, worked for Amro Biotech, a pharmaceutical company set up by their mother, pathologist Dr Apri Matossian-Rogers.
It had spent more than £3million developing the drug, known as B71, when Mrs Cox, who had been mistakenly diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, agreed to trial it in the belief that it might also combat that.
Mrs Cox, a keen rower, collapsed after receiving the drug at the family's home in Hampstead, North London.