Blood plasma can be used to create life-saving therapies. The global demand for plasma has been steadily increasing over the years, but as of recently, it’s hit a critical mass. Now, more than ever, we need heroes to step up and donate plasma if we want to continue to treat those who rely on it.
Meet the heroes who are donating plasma, working to build awareness, and providing expertise to build a community of donors. They’re saving lives.
Katilin Bartholomew recently donated plasma for the first time in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she lives with her fiancé and two sons, Carson, four years old, and Bryson, nine months old. Plasma donation is an important issue for Kaitlin, as both of her sons are diagnosed with severe hemophilia A.
You don’t have to watch heroes in movies or read about them in comic books. You can be one. Plasma donation can save the lives of hundreds and thousands of individuals, and by spending 90 minutes donating blood plasma, you become their hero.
Put on your super suit.
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