Plasma is used to make antibody-based medicines called immunoglobulins, for people with weak immune systems and a variety of other rare disorders. Thousands of patients rely on immunoglobulin medicines for short-term treatment or lifelong diseases. N.B. Men are more likely to have the blood plasma volumes and larger vein sizes making them ideal donors.
To find out more about blood plasma donation visit https://www.blood.co.uk/why-give-blood/how-blood-is-used/blood-components/plasma-for-medicines/ Register today to become a blood plasma donor, please call 0300 123 23 23.