James Koch

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James Koch

 a member for many years of the medical advisory committee for the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, devoted his career to helping control population growth with the invention of the cervical cap. He was born in St. Paul and graduated from St. Paul Academy, receiving a bachelor of arts from Harvard College in 1951, and a medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1956. Researching in biological chemistry for many years, he then turned his focus toward the advancement of women’s rights in work and advocacy.

Koch died February 13, 2007 in his home, following a series of strokes secondary to a severe case of Lyme disease.

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