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Nutrigenomics Firm WellGen Looks Ahead Into NMI’s “Age Of The Individual”

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A COX-2 modulating joint health product featuring WellGen's black tea ingredient is anticipated to hit the market mid year, according to the nutrigenomics firm

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