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Katharina Dalton, . In 1953, she co-authored the first medical paper on premenstrual syndrome, and shortly after opened the world's first PMS clinic in London.
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17 in Britain, The Associated Press reported. She was 87. Beginning in the early 1950's, Dr. Dalton led pioneering studies of premenstrual syndrome, challenging the widely accepted view that the condition was a figment of the imagination. She led one of the first clinics to specifically treat the symptoms, at University College Hospital in London.
It is said that she coined the term for the syndrome. Katharina Dorothea Kuipers was born in London on November 11 1916. As a child she wanted to be a doctor, but, after winning a scholarship to the London Foot Hospital, trained to be a chiropodist.
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She was 87. The Neuroendocrinology Letters No. 3, June Vol. 25, 2004 includes an article "In Memory of Dr. Katharina Dalton". In the early 1950s, Dr. Dalton led pioneering studies of premenstrual syndrome, challenging the widely accepted view that the condition was a figment of the imagination