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PlasmaProteins
PlasmaProteins Individuals may donate #plasma through a process called plasmapheresis. This sterile, self-contained, and automated process separates plasma from other cellular components, which are then returned to the donor. Learn more: bit.ly/2SyNxTt pic.twitter.com/ZkdEYbDl0H
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PlasmaProteins
PlasmaProteins #Plasmaprotein therapies give individuals the ability to lead a normal life. “For patients with CIDP, access to treatment is vital to maintain physical autonomy.” Read Jean-Philippe’s story: bit.ly/2TvhoS2 #PlasmaDonorsSaveLives
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Ethical Considerations in Compensated Plasma Donation

PPTA's standards programs are cited in "Risk-based decision making and ethical considerations in donor compensation for plasma-derived medicinal products," in Transfusion. This Commentary concludes that there is no ethical basis for banning compensated plasma donation. Click here for the full article.

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