Cook County Medical Examiner Stepping Down After Overhauling OfficeDr. Stephen Cina took over in 2012 after the previous medical examiner resigned amid criticism that bodies were stacking up in the morgue. Preckwinkle says Cina took the office from "crisis to full accreditation."
Cook County Medical Examiner's Office Receives National AccreditationWhen the office lost accreditation in 2011, there was a shortage of staff, and overcrowding that led to bodies being stacked on top of each other.
Cook County Morgue Gets New Cooler, More WorkersThe Cook County Medical Examiner's office says conditions are improving at the morgue thanks to more employees and a new $1.4 million cooler.
Autopsy Finds Nothing New In Poisoned Lottery Winner's DeathThe Cook County Medical Examiner announced Friday that an autopsy of a poisoned lottery winner shed no new light on how cyanide got into his system.
Poisoned Lottery Winner's Body Exhumed For AutopsyAn autopsy was conducted Friday on the body of a lottery winner who died from cyanide poisoning last year, after his body was exhumed for further testing, but the results of those tests won't be completed for a few weeks.
New Cook County Medical Examiner Wants To Turn Page On Morgue ScandalDr. Stephen Cina says with about 5,000 bodies passing through the facility each year, the challenges are great. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.

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