Pennsylvania Doctor Died With 'Toxic Levels' of Cyanide in Bloodstream

An accomplished and well-respected Pennsylvania doctor who suddenly collapsed in her home had "toxic levels of cyanide" in her bloodstream, according to police. Autumn Marie Klein, 41, collapsed at her Oakland, Pa., home and died on April 20 at UPMC Presbyterian, where she was chief of the division of women's neurology and an assistant professor of neurology, obstetrics and gynecology. The medical examiner has not determined an official cause of death, but police are saying she had high...Full Story
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