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August 24, 1935


JAMA. 1935;105(8):601-602. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760340047017

A significant development of interest to physicians as well as to all consumers of milk took place at the annual meeting of the Certified Milk Producers Association of America, meeting jointly with the American Association of Medical Milk Commissions at Atlantic City at the time of the annual session of the American Medical Association. A symposium was presented under the title "The Next Step in the Progress of Certified Milk." This subject, which anticipated permissive pasteurization of certified milk, was discussed from various points of view by a municipal milk inspector, a secretary of a medical milk commission, a metropolitan health commissioner, a state health officer, a representative of the United States Public Health Service and representatives of the medical profession, educators and the public. The outcome of the meeting was the adoption of a resolution1 by which pasteurization of certified milk was endorsed but such pasteurization was not