ARTICLE: Clinical Evidence of the Anti-Aging Effects of a Collagen Peptide Nutraceutical Drink on the Skin

January 2020 | Volume 19 | Issue 1 | Supplement Individual Articles | 5 | Copyright © January 2020


Published online December 23, 2019

Kathy L. Anderson DO FAOCD

Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology, Clearwater, FL Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, FL

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