Allergan Aesthetic Medicines Head Moatazedi Moves To Emerging Competitor Evolus
David Moatazedi is leaving behind the aesthetic medicines group at Allergan to run the newly public, aesthetics-only firm Evolus, where US and EU approval of the Botox competitor DWP-450 (prabotulinumtoxinA) is imminent and the new CEO says the opportunity is unparalleled.
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