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Donating Plasma in Phoenix, Arizona

When you donate plasma in Phoenix you are essentially saving someone's life in need of plasma protein therapies to survive. Often these people have rare or genetic disorders or diseases that require antibodies or proteins that their body lacks. Without your plasma these people would not live full productive lives and would eventually be crippled and possibly die from their diseases.

Becoming a plasma donor in Phoenix requires personal endurance and strength to commit yourself to a healthy lifestyle. Donating plasma every 2 days or up to 3 times in a 7 day period requires a healthy maintained diet.




What's The Difference Between Donating Plasma and Blood?

Plasma is extracted from blood but is roughly 90% water and a clear colored liquid. Plasma is essentially a way for cells to travel through the body. Plasma contains antibodies and proteins that help your body fight against infections and diseases. Some of these known infections and diseases include: primary immunodeficiencies, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, and hemophilia.

By donating plasma in Phoenix you are eventually saving the lives of victims of these terrible genetic disorders and diseases. There are many sick patients that require plasma just in the local Phoenix area. Some Phoenix clinics will allow donors to request where their plasma is donated. Most clinics in the Phoenix area are open from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. The average going rate for plasma donations is $50.00 for your first visit. The entire plasma donation process only takes between 90-120 minutes. Donors receive cash payments directly after their donation.