Plasma Donations from COVID-19 Survivors Are Needed
Your Plasma Can Help Find A Potential Treatment
Be on the right side of history
Convalescent Plasma Program
To participate in this program, you need a prior COVID-19 diagnosis and you must be able to provide the test results. You must wait 28 days after full recovery before starting plasma donation and be otherwise eligible to donate blood plasma. Once you donate your plasma will be used in clinical trials and manufacturing a potential treatment.
The novel coronavirus is still spreading, and COVID-19 cases continue to increase worldwide. We need survivors like you to help us develop potential treatments for those still at risk.
Additionally, all plasma donations made at Canadian Plasma Resources will be tested for antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 to determine whether they are eligible for manufacturing COVID Human Immune Globulin. If your plasma is found to contain COVID-19 antibodies you may be eligible for bonuses on top of your regular compensation for your contribution.
If your plasma doesn’t contain antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, it will still be used to create life-saving therapies for immunocompromised patients, and you will receive compensation for your time.
CPR’s Precautionary Actions in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Canadian Plasma Resources (CPR) will continue to monitor the situation closely through information shared by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other government and health agencies around the world in order to keep everyone safe and well informed.
How it works?
Canadian Plasma Resources wants to make you comfortable when you donate. Applicant donors must go through some steps to be able to complete their plasma donation process.
You must meet some basic eligibility criteria before you be able to donate plasma.