Medical Aesthetics: Key Players In A Largely Untapped Market
Medical aesthetics is a growing, but largely untapped biopharma niche with unique consumer marketing and doctor relationship-building strategies where key players have honed their skills for many years. Allergan's blockbuster Botox dominates, but competitors are gaining ground.
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