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We are currently recruiting Multiple Myeloma patients.
We currently have a great demand for autoimmune antibodies.
If you are currently being treated for the following conditions:
- Antiphospholipid Syndrome
- Autoimmune Liver Disease (PBC/AIH)
- Scleroderma / Systemic Sclerosis
…and other specialty autoimmune disorders, we have a special need for you. Many of the treatment options available today for autoimmune disorders have been made possible thanks to special antibody donors like you in the past.
See if you qualify to become a donor by filing out the new donor form.Donor Form
What if I’ve been diagnosed with an infectious disease?
If you have recently been diagnosed with an infectious disease or have been immunized (vaccinated) against an infectious agent, we have a special need for your donated plasma as well. We are particularly interested if you have been diagnosed with or exposed to any of the following infectious agents / diseases:
|Cytomegalovirus||Dengue||Ehrlichiosis||Epstein Barr Virus (EBV)|
|H. pylori||Herpes 1/2||Infectious Mononucleosis||Legionella|
|Rickettsia||Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever||Rubella||Syphilis|
|Toxoplasmosis||West Nile Virus||Whooping Cough||Zika|
Will I be asked for a doctor’s note?
If you are currently being treated by your doctor, you will be asked to provide us with a doctor’s note stating that you are able to donate.
What required tests may be performed on my donation?
If you are selected for an apheresis donation, a sample of your plasma donation will be tested for HIV, Hepatitis B and C and syphilis. Should a positive result be found for any of these tests, we are legally obligated to inform the Department of Health, and you will be advised to consult your physician. All other tests and results will be kept completely confidential and will not be shared with anyone.
Can I find out my test results?
Plasma Services Group is not a clinical lab and, therefore, cannot share any other test results with you.