Because Biolynk's Plasma Donation Program is highly-specialized, we are able to offer a higher amount of compensation as compared to a regular plasma center.
After every time you successfully donate your plasma, you are then compensated for your donation. You and Biolynk will agree upon a compensation amount before you donate your plasma (up to $500 per donation, based on qualification). The compensation amount depends upon many factors:
Type of illness you have been diagnosed with
How high your actual antibody levels are
How close you are to one of our licensed plasma donation centers
And, whether or not we have to pay for travel, hotel, and car service expenses
If you get to the center and for some reason you are unable to donate your plasma, you will be given a small compensation amount to cover the inconvenience of going to the center.
Reasons why you may not be able to donate your plasma once you get to the center:
You do not weigh at least 110 pounds
Your iron and protein levels are too low
Your blood pressure is too high
You fail the high risk donor questionnaire given at the center
Biolynk's Plasma Donation Program is nationwide. We contract with FDA licensed plasma centers across the country so you will be able to donate at the center nearest to you.
In addition, if travel is required, we will pre-pay all the travel arrangements (including airfare and hotels) and you will still receive compensation for each and every time you donate.
We appreciate your time and consideration.
By participating in our Plasma Donation Program you help maintain the availability of infectious disease, auto-immune disease and polyclonal antibody laboratory test kits. Your plasma donation helps future patients receive an accurate and prompt test result!
If Biolynk is unable to find people for antibody recruitment, then certain test kits could eventually go on back order. Therefore, by participating in our Plasma Donation Program you help maintain the availability of test kits.
Some of our donors have participated in the program for years and are able to pay off expensive medical bills and improve their quality of life.
Helping Healthcare, Helping Patients.