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June 9th, 2006

Out of sight and out of control

Abstract:
For a technology that is predicted to transform our lives - and, perhaps, even our species - creams and powders to beautify the face may seem unlikely candidates to be among the first goods off the production line.

(Ed.'s note: get some perspective from Howard Lovy, here and here.)

Source:
smh.com.au

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