Award-Winning Doctor John F. Burd Aims to Help More Patients With their Health Problems

Highly acclaimed Dr. John F. Burd, continuously striving to help more people who are suffering from diabetes and other ailments.

San Diego, CA , USA - November 8, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Doctor John F. Burd, a highly professional and recognized doctor who has earned a massive reputation for his experience and skills is now helping people with Diabetes and other disease with his new natural products. Dr. Burd is the founder and CEO of Lysulin, Inc.

Dr. Burd has been leading wide range of companies involved in creating medical devices. He was the general partner of Windamere Venture Partners, a company that began over fifteen medical products and biotechnology firms throughout his tenure. Dr. Burd is the co-founder and the general partner of Sabur Technology in San Diego, California, working to develop a noninvasive continuous glucose monitor (CGM). In 2000 Dr. Burd founded and was the first CEO of DexCom, now the leader CGM products, helping over 1 million people worldwide to better manage their diabetes. Earlier he was the founder of the LXN Corporationthat developed a unique product, the Duet Diabetes Control System, for people with type 2 diabetes.

Dr. Burd had a very humble beginning. He started his career designing fluorescent immunoassays and performing medical product research and development at Miles Laboratories. Throughout his career, Dr. Burd has already authored and co-authored a plethora of articles, and his work has led to over thirty-five patents and the development of a myriad of advanced products.

Dr. Burd graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. in Biochemistry. He then earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin.

About Dr. John F. Burd

Dr. John F. Burd, Ph.D., has more than thirty years of experience in glucose monitoring technology. He was the founder of DexCom, where he facilitated the company’s work to create, manufacture, and market a successful continuous glucose monitoring system to eliminate the need for fingerstick blood testing.
Dr. Burd is dedicated to finding natural solutions to big healthcare problems without using prescription drugs. A book detailing his recent activities is now available on Amazon.com.
To learn more about Dr. John F. Burd, call him at 619-992-2873 or send him an email at jburd@jburd.com.

Contact Info:
Name: John F. Burd, PhD
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Organization: Lysulin, Inc.
Address: 3525 A Del Mar Heights Rd. Suite 398 San Diego, CA 92130
Phone: 619-992-2873
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-burd-8702901

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