Chernova, who had already lost her 2011 world title and London 2012 bronze medal after being caught doping, was found guilty of taking the prohibited substance dehydrochloromethyltestosterone at the Beijing Games following a retest of a sample the Russian provided at the time.
The IOC has stripped Russian heptathlete Tatyana Chernova of her bronze medal won at the 2008 Beijing Olympics due to a further doping violation.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has urged athletics fans not to doubt the honesty of medal winners, despite a spate of retrospective disqualifications from major events.
Great Britain's Kelly Sotherton, who originally placed fifth in the Beijing heptathlon, will now be upgraded to bronze.
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Finding out that I've just got another Olympic medal. On Monday, nearly nine years after the Beijing Games, she got a call to tell her that she had been upgraded to a bronze medal.
She also finished fifth in the heptathlon in 2008 but has now climbed to third after the previously announced doping ban of Ukraine's Lyudmila Blonska and now Chernova.
In another Russian case involving turinabol announced on Monday, the International Olympic Committee disqualified runner Maksim Dyldin from the 400-meter individual and relay events at the London Olympics. Russian Federation accounts for 37 of those, with Belarus second on 16, Kazakhstan 12 and Ukraine 11.
Samples are stored for a decade, and for the 2008 and 2012 re-tests Russian Federation has had the most positive cases per nation.