New Spanish Language Translations Available on PPTA Websites
ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA) recently updated the Association's global website and its website on plasma donation with Spanish language translations of some materials posted online to better serve consumers.
"The updated websites will provide information about the plasma protein therapeutics industry to a Spanish-speaking audience," said Jan M. Bult, PPTA's President and CEO. "We're changing gradually, but we're changing profoundly in terms of demographics in the U.S. and it's critical to provide information to a diverse audience."
Users wishing to view the materials online in Spanish can now click on links provided "En Espanol" that will show the translation in the Spanish language of their current page. Information on plasma donation and lifesaving plasma protein therapies is now available as a resource to the Spanish-speaking community.
Plasma protein therapies are used to treat life-threatening, rare, chronic diseases and disorders such as hemophilia, primary immunodeficiencies, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency and neurological and autoimmune disorders. In addition, plasma protein therapies are used to treat other serious medical conditions such as shock, trauma, and burns.
To view the translated materials online, please go to www.pptaglobal.org or www.donatingplasma.org. For more information on lifesaving plasma protein therapies, please contact Kara Flynn at (443) 458-4669 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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