Research program for patients with auto-immune diseases


Do you currently suffer with an Auto Immune disorder? Would you like to help others? If so we have a unique plasma donation program specifically for those with Auto Immune conditions. We are looking for individuals who have been diagnosed as having one of the below Auto Immune disorders to donate plasma which is used in research and for the manufacturing of controls for test kits to diagnose other patients. Without plasma donors such as yourself these kits run the risk of going on back order and will make diagnosing other patients harder.

Plasma donations are safe and highly regulated by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) as well as state regulators. These programs are done in licensed FDA facilities and all programs are HIPAA compliant and your participation in the program is 100% confidential and voluntary. If you qualify for one of our programs you can safely donate plasma as frequently as 2x per week because we are only taking the plasma component of the red blood cells. The red blood cells are returned back to you thru a process called plasmapheresis, therefore it allows you to donate more frequently than a traditional blood donation.

Also, because these are not “blood” donations we are able to compensate you $100-$500 per donation (compensation dependent upon diagnosis and antibody levels).

If you are interested in learning more or to see if you qualify please visit us at to learn more.

Current Programs:

*Crest/Scleroderma (SCL-70 & ANA blood tests)

*APS (anti cardiolipin & beta-2 glycoprotein antibodies)
*SLE/Lupus (ANA &dsDNA antibody tests)
*Red Cell Antibody/A-Typical Antibody (need anti Fya & anti Fyb)
*Polymyositis/Dermatomyositis (anti Jo-1 antibody test)
*Rheumatoid Arthritis (Rheumatoid Factor test)

To Qualify:

* Must be 18-65 years in age and weigh at least 110lbs or more
* Must be HIV/HCV/HBV Negative
* Must be able to provide most current lab results showing your diagnosis/antibodies

One Reply to “Research program for patients with auto-immune diseases”

  1. Hello, my apologies for the delay. It’s hard to say as we use what the CDC indicates is positive or negative as we work with them on projects. So, to qualify you would have to have had the Lyme Screen (IgG/IgM) done firs which is the EIA/ELISA, if that yielded a positive result and re flexed to the western blot to confirm then we can surely look them over and screen you for suitability. However if you have only had Western Blot testing done and no EIA/ELISA screen we would not be able to accept you as this is not the correct way for a Lyme diagnosis based on CDC criteria. If you would like to speak further please give us a call at 800-510-4003, or visit to submit an inquiry so we can contact you that way as well. We look forward to speaking with you. Kind regards, Robert

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