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Plasma Donation Centers in Milwaukee, WI
2522 W State St1.94 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & Centers
Recommend everyone to come here. Very Friendly Staff and overall a great environment. I'm glad to say that I contribute in a positive way to help other when in time of need.
2.Plasma Donor Center
1530 W National Ave1.62 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & CentersClinics
I was new to the center & had to come back twice before I could donate due to ID and medical reason but both were resolved Anyway didn't get names but I thought everyone was accommodating and rather nice
3.The Blood Center
7210 W Edgerton Ave7.63 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & CentersOrgan & Tissue Banks
4.Talecris Plasma Resources
2530 W North Ave2.42 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & Centers
In 1950, Dr. Jose Antonio Grifols Jr. was an early pioneer of the plasmapheresis technique, the process of extracting human plasma. This technique was embraced by the global medical community and remains one of the most frequently used plasma extraction processes. The donation process, or plasmapheresis, takes as little as 90 minutes and is performed using automatic equipment and other sterile, non-reusable materials in a plasma donation center. Collecting plasma is the first step in the process of making specialized protein therapies. We rely on individuals to donate their plasma to provide source material for protein therapies.
600 E. Wells Street0.20 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & CentersEmployment Services-Non Profit
6.Blood Center of Wisconsin
8727 W Watertown Plank Rd5.70 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & CentersPhysicians & Surgeons
7.Blood Center of Wisconsin
9000 W Chester St5.80 mi Milwaukee, WI Blood Banks & Centers
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