Plasma uses

Who Benefits from Plasma Donation?

Lately, plasma has been in the news on a regular basis, leaving many to wonder what it is and how it benefits recipients.

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New Announcement from PPTA

Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association Issues Statement on Plasma Supply

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ADMA BioCenters Plasma Collection Facility coming to Knoxville, TN

ADMA Biologics press release announces FDA approval for new Plasma Center.

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CSL Plasma Offering $40,000 for Breakthrough Ideas to Help Plasma Shortage

CSL and Cicada Innovations partner up to drive enhancements to Ig collection processes.

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PI Awareness Month is here

April is primary immunodeficiency (PI) month! Help raise awareness for the PI community and learn how they benefit from plasma.

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Stiff person syndrome and plasma

SPS is a rare and progressive neurological disease. It affects one person in a million and Celine Dion is one of those people relying on plasma donation to treat the condition.

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GBS, CIDP, and plasma

Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) are rare neurological disorders and plasma-based therapies are used to treat them.

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How plasma-based therapies treat hemophilia

Plasma has been used to treat bleeding disorders like hemophilia since the 1950s, and is still one of the most effective treatment options for patients.

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How plasma saved lives through the ages, from 1918 to WWII to today

Both convalescent plasma and plasma-based therapies have been around for some time, though many people are still unfamiliar with their history.

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Understanding the plasma ecosystem from donor to patient

Find out how plasma is collected, what happens after it’s collected, and who ultimately benefits from plasma-derived medicinal products (PDMPs).

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How donated plasma treats trauma and shock

Studies show that giving patients plasma immediately after a traumatic injury improves survival rates significantly.

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Plasma is a vital weapon against tetanus and rabies

While tetanus and rabies are fairly rare in the United States today, these deadly diseases still pose a major global health threat. However, plasma-derived antibody products play a crucial role in treating these illnesses around the world.

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