During the October, 21 2016, Source Board of Directors meeting, the Board agreed to remove the voluntary deferral for 60 days of donors returning from Ebola virus disease affected areas in the previous 60 days. The deferral was originally implemented on or about October 13, 2014.
The events and circumstances which originally led to the voluntary deferral have changed. Many areas originally of concern are now not impacted by Ebola. eCDC’s “Areas with Ebola community transmission” webpage now lists Liberia, Montserrado county, only (last updated January 4, 2016). The industry will remain vigilant relating to Ebola and other potentially problematic infectious diseases that could impact donor wellness.
PPTA Remembers Corey Dubin +
The Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA) notes with sadness the passing of Corey Dubin, President Emeritus of the Committee of Ten Thousand and longtime advocate in the hemophilia community.Read More
Registration now open for the 2017 International Plasma Protein Congress! +
PPTA Chosen to Join Mission to China +
On Oct. 16-21, the Chairman of the PPTA Global Board of Directors and the PPTA President & CEO will be joining U.S. Department of Commerce-led Healthcare Business Development Mission to China.Read More