Donor safety, as well as the safety of the therapies made from plasma donations is of primary importance. You will need to visit a plasma collection center to determine if you are eligible to donate.
Before donating plasma it is important to:
Because the need for plasma is so great, we are looking for committed donors. It is only after two satisfactory health screenings and negative test results within six months that you may receive Qualified Donor status. Until you have met this requirement, your plasma will not be used to manufacture therapies. This is important to help ensure the quality and safety of the therapies that patients need to treat life-threatening diseases.
Donor Eligibility is at the sole discretion of the plasma collection facility.
This detailed video takes viewers through all of the steps a first-time plasma donor would experience during the process of donating lifesaving plasma.
The need for plasma and plasma donors is more urgent than ever before. Visit givingplasma.org to learn more and to find a donation center near you.