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Editorial: Will Next Anti-Aging Market Disruptor Be Anti-Anti-Aging?

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

"The Rose Sheet" makes a case for the theoretical Dollar Anti-Aging Club and why updating the FDCA's "cosmetic" definition as part of broader regulatory reform could be in industry's interest.

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