These therapies replace missing or deficient proteins that allow individuals to lead healthy and more productive lives. Patients that rely on these therapies generally require regular infusions or injections throughout their lives. The diseases and conditions treated by plasma protein therapies are considered rare diseases because they affect a relatively small percentage of the population. Most of these conditions are genetic and chronic
Your Donation Matters
Who needs plasma therapies?
It is essential that willing, healthy people donate plasma. Every year it takes:
Plasma donations to treat ONE PATIENT
Plasma donations to treat ONE PATIENT for primary immune deficiency
Plasma donations to treat ONE PATIENT for ALPHA-1 antitrypsin deficiency
First time donors, please contact the center to confirm that your home address is within our recruitment area prior to visiting since it varies per location.
*New donors can earn up to $400. Compensation and promotions for eligible, qualified donors vary by location and weight. Ask the center manager at your preferred donation location for details about your compensation.