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SPECIAL ANTIBODY COLLECTION

Limited-time Plasma Donation Programs for Medical Research

Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients: $185 Compensation

Woman experiencing wrist and hand pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis15 people diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis with rheumatoid factor IgM titer levels between 900 Р3000 IU/ml are needed to support medical and diagnostic research. Qualifying candidates may participate in multiple plasma donations throughout the year.  Questions? Call 425-258-3653. All screening appointments and plasma donations take place at our medical center in Everett, Washington. Compensation is $185 for each completed plasma donation.

DONORS MUST:

  • Be diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and have rheumatoid factor test results from the past 12 months available for review.
  • Meet FDA and PLI requirements.
  • Be available to make plasma donations during PlasmaLab’s business hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 3:30 pm, and Friday, 8 am to 11 am.
  • Be residents of NW Washington; qualified donors who live 50+ miles from PlasmaLab in Everett may receive a travel stipend for each plasma donation.

Mononucleosis Patients: $200 Compensation

Patients experiencing an active case of mononucleosis are needed to support medical and diagnostic research. Plasma collection from mononucleosis patients is time-sensitive, so please contact [email protected] or 425-258-3653 directly so we can discuss the program with you and schedule your plasma donations, pending FDA and PLI qualifications along with the mono titer level. All screening appointments and plasma donations take place at our medical center in Everett, Washington. Compensation is $200 for each completed plasma donation. Additional plasma donations may be requested, depending on antibody levels in the plasma.

DONORS MUST:

  • Provide proof of mononucleosis diagnosis with minimum titer of ‚Č•1:8
  • Meet FDA and PLI requirements.
  • Be available to make plasma donations during PlasmaLab’s business hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 3:30 pm, and Friday, 8 am to 11 am.
  • Be available to make wo plasma donations within 7 to 10 days of fever breaking.
  • Be residents of NW Washington; qualified donors who live 50+ miles from PlasmaLab in Everett may receive a travel stipend for each plasma donation.

Allergy Patients: Late-January – September Enrollment

Allergy patient using allergy medicineLate-January through September is peak pollen season in NW Washington. It’s also the busiest time of year at PlasmaLab as we accept new donors into our Pollen Allergy Antibody program. We are enrolling allergic patients who use allergy medicine to alleviate moderate to severe grass, tree, weed, and flower pollen allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis.

The Allergy Antibody Plasma Donation program at PlasmaLab relies on donors like you to support important research performed by affiliate medical research groups. Your plasma may also be used to develop test kits used by physicians to diagnose allergies in their patients. Qualifying allergy patients will be asked to make 1 to 5 plasma donations and will be paid $185 for each completed donation. There is the potential for long-term participation in this program.