Claire Greaves, who had anorexia and personality disorder, killed herself in a psychiatric unit.
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The parents of a woman who took her own life at a mental health hospital say failings in her care were "unbelievable".

Claire Greaves, 25, from Pontypool, was a patient at Cygnet Hospital, Coventry.

An inquest jury found care failings contributed to her death in February 2018 and reached an open conclusion.

Cygnet said it had learned lessons from the investigation, while Aneurin Bevan health board is reviewing placements for people with complex needs.

Claire was a mental health campaigner and writer who had suffered with anorexia and a personality disorder from an early age.