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Lyme disease (current infection) donors are greatly needed to provide researchers with the antibodies needed to make positive controls in diagnostic tests for patients seeking diagnosis.

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Since these donations are used only for research and diagnostic purposes, we are able to compensate you for your time & effort. You can earn up to $1000 per week!


The plasma donation process typically leaves you free from the normal blood donation side effects of feeling dizzy or weak. Your body regenerates the plasma collected within 24 hours, meaning you can donate up to twice a week.

Lyme Fact Sheet

Lyme disease is an infection that is spread by ticks. You can get Lyme disease if you are bitten by an infected tick. But most people who have had a tick bite do not get Lyme disease. Lyme disease is common in the United States. It can also be found in Canada, Europe, and Asia.

What Causes Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is caused by bacteria. Infected ticks spread the bacteria by biting people or animals.

What are the symptoms?
One sure sign of Lyme disease is a round, red rash that spreads at the site of a tick bite. This rash can get very large. Flu-like symptoms are also very common. People in the early stages of Lyme disease may feel very tired and have headaches, sore muscles and joints, and a fever.


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