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Across the country, thousands of Americans need therapies made from plasma to survive. When you give source plasma, you help people with serious and rare diseases, along with burn victims, trauma and cancer patients.
Giving plasma is easy and rewarding. The process only takes a couple of hours, and all plasma centers follow strict health and safety rules to make sure you are safe and comfortable. Plasma helps save lives. In fact, for many people with rare diseases and chronic conditions, plasma-based therapies are the only way to treat their condition or disease.
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The COVID-19 pandemic severely impacted the availability of medicines made from plasma. To ensure there is never a shortage, we need your help because people across the country need therapies made from plasma to survive. In fact, for many people with rare diseases and chronic conditions, plasma-based therapies are the only way to treat their condition or disease.
Plasma is needed every single day. That’s why it is important to donate plasma regularly so that Americans have the life-saving plasma-derived therapies they need for years to come.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy recently launched the Giving = Living campaign to encourage Americans to give plasma—and then give again, and again, and again. Giving regularly ensures there is never a shortage.
Plasma improves and saves lives. When you give plasma, it is combined with plasma donated by thousands of other people. The proteins in plasma are extracted and become life-saving medications and therapies for people with rare diseases and chronic conditions. It takes many people giving plasma to extend the life of a single person with a rare condition. Source plasma is also used for tetanus treatment, rabies treatment, and in some pregnant people.