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{{alternate counterparts n|types=p|Elizabeth Dehner}}
 
{{alternate counterparts n|types=p|Elizabeth Dehner}}
[[Doctor]] '''Elizabeth Dehner''' was a [[Human]] [[psychologist]] in the [[23rd century]] of the [[Kelvin timeline]].
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[[Doctor]] '''Elizabeth Dehner''' was a [[Human]] [[psychologist]] in the [[23rd century]] of an [[Alternate reality (Nero, 2233)|alternate reality]].
   
At some point Dehner had a relationship with {{kt|Leonard McCoy}} which ended badly. In [[2258]], Dehner transferred aboard the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} at [[Aldebaran|Aldeberan]], but withdrew her transfer and left the ship because she had not forgiven McCoy. [[Captain]] {{kt|James T. Kirk}} found out about the situation when he inquired about Dehner's whereabouts during the situation with {{kt|Gary Mitchell}}. ({{c|TOS|IDW Star Trek, Issue 1}})
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At some point Dehner had a relationship with {{ar|Leonard McCoy}} which ended badly. In [[2258]], Dehner transferred aboard the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} at [[Aldebaran|Aldeberan]], but withdrew her transfer and left the ship because she had not forgiven McCoy. [[Captain]] {{ar|James T. Kirk}} found out about the situation when he inquired about Dehner's whereabouts during the situation with {{ar|Gary Mitchell}}. ({{c|TOS|IDW Star Trek, Issue 1}})
   
 
''Dehner's prior relationship with McCoy explains her absence from the alternate reality equivalent of the events depicted in {{e|TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}}.''
 
''Dehner's prior relationship with McCoy explains her absence from the alternate reality equivalent of the events depicted in {{e|TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}}.''
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