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May 19th, 2006

Nanotechnology gets up close and personal

Consumers are using cosmetics and toiletries that contain unregulated and untested nanomaterials, says a new report. The report released this week by Friends of the Earth (FOE), documents 116 products it says contain nanoparticles, a large number of which are available to Australians either in stores or online.


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