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Genetics-based products stir concerns

Scientists worry about promises

Scientists analyzed gene activity in young and aging skin, which led to Olay Pro-X (above). Scientists analyzed gene activity in young and aging skin, which led to Olay Pro-X (above).
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / May 27, 2009

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Whether it is a new skin care product that promises to "reactivate" the youth in your genes or tests that offer nutrition advice tailored to your DNA, the age of consumer genetics is here. (Full article: 1366 words)

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