You beat it. Let’s partner to fight it.
If you have fully recovered from COVID-19 and are no longer contagious, donation of your plasma could support the development of a potential treatment for individuals for whom COVID-19 presents significant risk.
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The more prospective healthy donors we can identify as early as possible, the sooner we may be able to initiate development of this potential treatment and the more therapies we can potentially provide.

Ready? Let’s beat this.

If you are interested learning more — without obligation — please contact the BioLife MedInfo Center by completing the form below.

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BioLife Plasma Services, part of Takeda, has implemented a unique protocol for collecting plasma from healthy individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 to enable development of a potential therapy for COVID-19, made from human plasma. You can read more about this here.

If you are interested in learning more – without obligation – please contact our MedInfo Center at 1-877-TAKEDA-7 (1-877-825-3327).  Contacting us to learn more does not obligate you to donate; we will treat individual data in line with all appropriate data privacy regulations. For a list of Donation Centers, click here.

The more prospective healthy donors we can identify as early as possible, the sooner we may be able to initiate development of this potential treatment and the more therapies we can potentially provide. With the SARS-CoV-2 virus continuing to spread and cases of COVID-19 continuing to rise worldwide, we count on the support of those who have fully recovered to help us with our efforts to develop a potential treatment for those most at risk.

COVID-19 Survivors: You've got a lot of fight in you.
Because your immune system fought off COVID-19, you now have antibodies in you that could help others fight it off too. Your plasma, within your blood, could be given to a patient or used to create a potential medicine.