Research Programs for patients with Auto-Immune disorders


Have you been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder?  Would you like to help research as well as others to be diagnosed in a timely manner?  If so you can donate your plasma to help the research and diagnostic community as well as to ensure the very test kits that were used to diagnose you do not go on back order.  Without plasma donors such as yourself who have been diagnosed and are producing antibodies these very test kits run the risk of going on back order hindering a timely diagnosis of other patients.

Plasma is a crucial component to create the positive controls for these very kits.  Without this plasma physicians, hospitals and laboratories run the risk that they will not be available when they need to diagnose another patient.  For your part in participating in these programs you are compensated $100-$500 per plasma donation and you can safely donate 2x per week.  For a lot of patients this money comes in handy for assisting them afford their medications, paying their medical bills or simply stashing it for a rainy day or a family vacation.

To learn more please visit to inquire, or to reach a live agent please call 800-510-4003 to discuss it further.

We have programs for just about any (not all) auto immune disorder, please see below for some of the most common programs we offer:-

Rheumatoid Arthritis                             Scleroderma/SCL-70

Grave’s disease                                         Antiphospholopid syndrome

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis                          Mixed Connective Tissue disease

SLE/Systemic Lupus erythematosus

Celiac disease                                           Crest syndrome

Sjogren’s syndrome                                Crohn’s disease

Myasthenia gravis                                Autoimmune Hepatitis

Scleroderma                                            Guillain-Barre syndrome


“Basic Donor Qualifications”

  1. Must be HIV/HCV/HBV Negative for these programs
  2. Must be 18-65 years in age and weigh at least 110 pounds or more
  3. Must have, or have access to your lab test results for your diagnosis for screening

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