GHSU spinoff develops chewing gum for xerostomia
An all-natural chewing gum designed to relieve mild to severe symptoms of xerostomia is the first consumer product developed through the Life Sciences Business Development Center at Georgia Health Sciences University. The center, a business incubator that nurtures entrepreneurial enterprises related to biomedical science, is home to Camellix, a company that develops dietary and therapeutic product lines based on green tea technology by Stephen Hsu, Ph.D., a professor in the GHSU College of Dental Medicine.
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