Unilever Goes To Multi-Omics Data With Goal Of Personalizing Acne Intervention
Unilever aims to use Onegevity’s AI and multi-omics database as a platform to develop “new diagnostic models that offer bespoke acne management regiments,” according to the New York-based health intelligence company’s announcement.
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