Welcome to Norbole Medical Research Study Listing
Give Plasma and/or Blood for Clinical Use
Driving for blood is an American tradition. Often times we see a donate blood bus parked strategically as it collects blood. Helpful volunteers are what allows this process to happen. Blood is not only used to save lives during blood transfusions, but it is also the subject of research and has become a valuable resource for developing and delivering new medical treatment options.
Blood is comprised of a couple of different key elements including, plasma, white blood cells, and red blood cells. White blood cells are used as the body's defense against foreign invaders. Red blood cells are the transport for oxygen and other molecules through the bloodstream. Plasma is what is extracted from the blood during a typical blood giving session, however some blood drawing may include taking every element of the donor blood.
Giving Plasma & Blood
Helping with Blood Supply
There are many ways that you can participate in life-saving research, and the good news is that since your participation is so valuable, you could be compensated for your time and cooperation with a payment. You may choose to donate blood twice a week, or you may choose to become a sperm or egg donator. Also, you may have the choice to participate in a short-term or long term medical study.