What is Polymyositis?


We are currently looking for patients diagnosed with polymyositis or those with an idiopathic inflammatory myopathies who have positive blood tests for JO-1 antibodies.
There is a need for patients with this antibody to donate plasma to help others with your condition. Plasma is a crucial part in the creation of test kits as well as further research into the auto immune disorder for better treatment. Participants can safely donate plasma 2x per week based on FDA guidelines. Each time you donate you will earn $100-$500 per donation based on your antibody levels.
To learn more visit us at www.accessclinical.com

Auto Immune Disorders


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 www.accessclinical.com to learn more.

Do you have one of these conditions/antibodies?

Do you have one of these conditions/antibodies? If so we need you, visit us todaywww.accessclinical.com

Infectious Diseases Autoimmune Disease Other Conditions
Chagas (anti T. cruzi)
Chlamydia (IgA, IgG, IgM)
CMV (IgG, IgM)
H. Pylori (IgA, IgG, IgM)
HAV (Total, IgG, IgM)
HBc (Total, IgG, Igm)
HBeAG, HBe (total, IgM)
HBsAG (ay, ad)
HIV-1 Ag(p24 and other WB patterns)
HIV-1 Ab(group M,O, genotypes)
HIV-1/2, HIV 1/2(WB), HIV-2
HSV-1 (IgG, IgM) HSV-2(IgG, IgM)
Influenza A/B
Lyme (IgG, IgM)
Mumps (IgG, IgM)
Mycoplasma (IgG, IgM)
Rubella (IgG, IgM)
Rubeola (IgG, IgM)
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Saccharomyces (ASCA)
Syphilis (RPR and anti-Treponema)
Toxoplasmosis (IgG, IgM)
West Nile Virus (IgM)
Anti-Cardiolipin (IgG, IgM, IgA)
Microsomal (TPO)
Mitochondrial (AMA)
Nuclear Ab (ANA)
Smooth muscle (AMSO)
SSa, SSb
dsDNA and ss DNA
Ribosomal Nuclear Protein
Tissue Transglutaminase
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RF)
Systemic Lupus


Lyme Disease:

Have you or someone you know just been diagnosed with “active” Lyme disease? If so we need patients to donate their plasma to help others. Participants who qualify and participate can earn $200-$500 each time they donate and you can safely donate 2x per week.

To qualify you must be considered positive by CDC standards. You must have a positive screen/EIA as well as the confirmatory Western Blot test performed.

to learn more visit http://www.accessclinical.com or call 800-510-4003.Lyme2

SLE/: Lupus

Do you or someone you know have Lupus? If so we have a unique plasma donation program designed just for them. Plasma donations are needed to help others along with Research.. To learn more visit us today www.accessclinical.com to learn more and to see if you qualify.



RA/Rheumatoid Arthritis

Arthritis means inflammation in a joint. That inflammation causes redness, warmth, swelling, and pain within the joint.

Rheumatoid arthritis affects joints on both sides of the body, such as both hands, both wrists, or both knees. This symmetry helps to set it apart from other types of arthritis.

RA can also affect the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, blood, or nerves.  Access Clinical is looking for participants to donate plasma for research.  To learn more or to see if you qualify visit us today at http://www.accessclinical.com




Scleroderma is a chronic skin disease, meaning it doesn’t go away. Your doctor can treat your symptoms and help you feel better, though.

The problem is with your immune system, which causes your body to make too much of the protein collagen, an important part of your skin.

As a result, your skin gets thick and tight, and scars can form on your lungs and kidneys. Your blood vessels can thicken and not work the way they should. This leads to tissue damage and high blood pressure.




Do you or someone you know currently have Mononucleosis? Do you want to help others? Your plasma is needed for research into the virus as well as for controls in test kits to diagnose others. By donating plasma you are helping others and you get paid to do it. Qualified candidates earn $200 per donation and can donate 2x per week while they maintain antibodies. Visit us today @accessclinical.com or call 800-510-4003. Don’t delay call today




APS/Antiphospholipid Syndrome

Do you currently have APS/LAA? We are looking for participants to assist research and others by donating plasma. Plasma is a crucial part of the test kits that are used to diagnose patients with these conditions. Without human participants the controls for these kits run the risk of going on back order hindering the ability for physicians, hospitals and laboratories to perform these tests to get to the diagnosis of the patients. We need patients who have anti-Cardiolipin and anti Beta-2 Glycoprotein antibodies. Participants are compensated for their time and donation. To learn more visit us today at www.accessclinical.com