Do you currently have Hepatitis B? Want to help research and others? Call today to learn how you can help

Do you currently have “acute” or “Chronic” hepatitis B?  If so we have a specialty research program designed to help you as well as the research and diagnostic communities.  Your plasma is a crucial component for invitro-diagnostic companies in the manufacturing and creation of the test kits used to diagnose patients with this virus as well as further research into the virus.

Participants who qualify and participate can earn up to $500 per visit and you can safely donate 2x in a 7 day period based on the FDA guidelines for donor safety.  Plasma is the yellow, watery substance in the red blood cells which house various proteins as well as the antibodies for your diagnosis.  The plasma is separated via a procedure called plasmapheresis and your red blood cells are returned to you which is why you can donate 2x in a 7 day period.  Donating plasma is a very safe and simple procedure and it is performed in licensed, FDA regulated plasma facilities under the direction of the centers medical director.

How is HBV transmitted?

HBV is transmitted through activities that involve percutaneous (i.e., puncture through the skin) or mucosal contact with infectious blood or body fluids (e.g., semen and saliva), including

  • sex with an infected partner;
  • injection-drug use that involves sharing needles, syringes, or drug-preparation equipment;
  • birth to an infected mother;
  • contact with blood from or open sores on an infected person;
  • exposures to needle sticks or sharp instruments; and
  • sharing certain items with an infected person that can break the skin or mucous membranes (e.g., razors, toothbrushes, and glucose monitoring equipment), potentially resulting in exposure to blood.

To learn more and to see if you may qualify please visit us at http://www.accessclinical.com, or you may reach us at 800-510-4003 to discuss the program further.

Who am I, and who are we?

Hello, I am Robert Pyrtle and I work for Access Biologicals in San Diego, CA, and we/Access Biologicals are the starting point for diagnostic research & development. I have been recruiting in the US and Canada and abroad for 19 years now. We/Access Biologicals are looking for people with rare, infectious and auto immune conditions/antibodies to participate and put them to good use. Your participation would be helping with research and diagnosing other patients. We currently have participants that have been donating their antibodies for several years now. Each time you donate you are helping research and others all while being compensated for your donation and depending on your condition you can earn $100-$500 each time you donate and you can safely donate 2x per 7 day period. Simply having the diagnosis is the first step in qualifying and the second is your antibody levels. Given the plasms is being used for research they require that the patient have the diagnosis, but also have very high antibody levels which with most labs it will cap out the test as a > than number because that’s as high as the kit will go. These are the patients we are currently looking for on these programs. Donor participation is performed in accordance with the current FDA regulations and is overseen by our medical director who is a licensed physician in our FDA licensed and state regulated plasma center. All patient information is kept confidential and within HIPAA guidelines and are also consented with our IRB protocol which also ensures patient privacy. The antibodies we collect/you donate is done via a procedure called plasmapheresis, this procedure is similar to donating whole blood (i.e.: Red Cross, or other blood bank). However plasma is the protein based substance that your blood cells float around in (that contains these antibodies), the difference is thru plasmapheresis you are getting your red blood cells returned thru this process. When you donate whole blood you can only do so every 56 days/8 week as it takes your body to reproduce these, whereas plasma is replenished naturally within a 24-48 hours from your donation which allows you to donate more frequently. The donation process itself only takes about 30-40 minutes and we recommend that you are well hydrated and have a good/healthy meal before each donation to ensure a speedy donation. Without patients like you the very test kits that were used to diagnose you run the risk of going on back order so when physicians, hospitals and laboratories need them to diagnose other patients they run the risk of not having the kits without participants such as yourself. Without plasma, which is a critical component in the manufacturing into positive/negative controls these kits do run the risk of not being available when others are trying to get a speedy and accurate diagnosis. To learn more about us and to inquire about the programs please visit our dedicated donor page of http://www.accessclinical.com and to learn more about what your plasma is used for visit http://www.accessbiologicals.com

Do you have Hepatitis B?

Do you currently have “acute” or “Chronic” hepatitis B?  If so we have a specialty research program designed to help you as well as the research and diagnostic communities.  Your plasma is a crucial component for invitro-diagnostic companies in the manufacturing and creation of the test kits used to diagnose patients with this virus as well as further research into the virus.

Participants who qualify and participate can earn up to $500 per visit and you can safely donate 2x in a 7 day period based on the FDA guidelines for donor safety.  Plasma is the yellow, watery substance in the red blood cells which house various proteins as well as the antibodies for your diagnosis.  The plasma is separated via a procedure called plasmapheresis and your red blood cells are returned to you which is why you can donate 2x in a 7 day period.  Donating plasma is a very safe and simple procedure and it is performed in licensed, FDA regulated plasma facilities under the direction of the centers medical director.

How is HBV transmitted?

HBV is transmitted through activities that involve percutaneous (i.e., puncture through the skin) or mucosal contact with infectious blood or body fluids (e.g., semen and saliva), including

  • sex with an infected partner;
  • injection-drug use that involves sharing needles, syringes, or drug-preparation equipment;
  • birth to an infected mother;
  • contact with blood from or open sores on an infected person;
  • exposures to needle sticks or sharp instruments; and
  • sharing certain items with an infected person that can break the skin or mucous membranes (e.g., razors, toothbrushes, and glucose monitoring equipment), potentially resulting in exposure to blood.

To learn more and to see if you may qualify please visit us at http://www.accessclinical.com, or you may reach us at 800-510-4003 to discuss the program further.

Plasma Donation program for patients with Mono. Call today and learn how you can hear up to $800 per week helping others, 800-510-4003!

Do you currently have Mono? If you do we need you to donate plasma to help others… Plasma is a crucial component in the manufacturing of the very test kit(s) that were used to diagnose you. Without donors like you these kits may not be available when physicians, hospitals and laboratories need them to diagnose someone else.

Plasma is very similar to donating whole blood but you can do it more frequently (2x in a 7 day period) because you are getting your red blood cells back thru the process.  Participants who qualify will earn $200 per donation and any/all travel related expenses to get you to/from a donation center are pre-paid by us and you still earn your compensation.  Most donors have temporary relief of symptoms since we are taking the plasma part of the red blood cells which house the antibodies lessening the amount of antibodies for mono from your system.

To learn more please visit us at http://www.accessclinical.com or call 800-510-4003 to speak to an agent today.

Basic Qualifications:-

  1. Must have or have access to your mono test results
  2. Diagnosis made in the last 7-10 days (or sooner)
  3. Must be 18-65 years in age and weigh at least 110 pounds or more
  4. Must be HIV/HCV & HBV Negative

Plasma research for patients who have “Active/Acute” Lyme disease. Call today to see how you can help further research and others!