A WIGAN mum who died at home after she was deemed too ill for a liver transplant passed away due to natural causes, a coroner ruled.
Tragic Kathryn Heyes died at her home on Elizabethan Drive in Ince on the morning of July 25 following a period of treatment at St James’ Hospital in Leeds.
The 56-year-old’s health had deteriorated two years ago after being diagnosed with liver and kidney problems.
Sadly, Mrs Heyes, who led a healthy lifestyle and did not smoke or drink, was not deemed strong enough for a liver transplant.
Coroner Alan Walsh confirmed that a pathologist had recorded that Mrs Heyes’ health problems were hereditary.
He recorded that she died of natural causes.