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Beauty Claims Inch Closer To Pharma As Cosmeceutical Sector Expands

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Though global market-size estimates differ, analysts at SupplySide West 2010 in Las Vegas agreed that cosmeceuticals remain a promising growth vehicle

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