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CAHA Biocompatibility (PDF)
Note: These studies were done with a Radiesse® voice or gel but are relevant since Renu® Voice and Renu Gel are substantially equivalent products and contain the same components in the equivalent formulations. Radiesse® is a registered trademark of Merz North America.