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Tests eventually revealed his blood contained five different types of prescription medicine. Police interviewed Dr Shelagh Dawson over allegations she poisoned her partner with prescription medicine. Police were also looking into the death of her husband nine years ago, who died with similar symptoms. All five were found in a large stash of drugs – described as "literally a suitcase full" – discovered at Dawson's home. They were all prescribed to her, a hypochondriac, by her own doctor* for a number of conditions she claimed to have. The partner grew suspicious when he woke in his hospital room to find Dawson wearing gloves and administering what appeared to be a yellow substance to his IV line through a needle. She claimed she wore the gloves because he was infectious and that he had seen a yellow pen. Graham Edward Dawson, 54, died in Christchurch Hospital from multi-organ failure in September 2009. There was no autopsy, a doctor signed off on the death and his body was cremated three days later. After being discharged, the partner consulted his lawyers who advised making a complaint to the police.
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