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US Wellness Market In 2019: Amarin Wins, Loses On Supplements; Gottlieb Leaves With Consumer Health Flourish

Executive Summary

Looking look back on US wellness market developments and events in 2019, HBW Insight finds a firm that doesn’t compete in the dietary supplement sector, Amarin, made a good bit of news that affected the industry during the year. We track news across the wellness space from the past year.

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