To receive Qualified Donor status, a prospective donor must undergo two satisfactory health screenings and negative test results within six months. Until you meet this requirement, your plasma will not be used to manufacture therapies. This policy is important to help ensure the quality and safety of the therapies that patients need to treat life-threatening diseases.
Patients with chronic illness rely on donors like you to help keep them alive. In addition to saving lives donors also aid in the process of developing medicines for our everyday lives. That is why donating plasma is so important. For more information on how to donate, visit gcamplasma.com.