Milton R. Mills, MD, practices outpatient clinic-based medicine in underserved communities in the Washington, DC, metro area. Dr. Mills is the medical director for the United States Census Bureau in Suitland, MD; he is also the founder and president of Physicians for a Healthy America (P4HA), an organization of physicians of color focused on promoting the benefits of plant-based diets. He graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine and completed residency training at UCSF-Fresno and Georgetown University Hospital. He has lectured and given research seminars throughout North America, Ireland, and the United Kingdom on several preventive health topics, including the negative impacts of meat and dairy consumption on human health; nutrition and HIV/AIDS; nutrition and cancer; and the dietary needs of various ethnic groups.

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