Blood Banks That Pay for Blood?

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Generally, blood banks do not pay for blood donations. However, other blood products are in high demand and the banks will usually pay for the blood product. They are for-profit blood banks and are located in most major cities. Before you make your first donation, you will be required to fill out a lengthy form dealing with your health status. Because your donated plasma will be given to people with very severe health problems, it is essential that you are in excellent health, and have not been exposed to any source of infection. Initially you will be asked to give a very small sample of your blood. This sample will be analyzed and used to determine whether you are eligible to donate. You are allowed to donate up to twice a week and most banks pay an average of $20 per donation.
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A blood bank is a place where donated blood is stored. This blood is stored for emergencies and it blood is needed it will be taken from the blood bank.
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A blood bank collects donated blood or blood plasma and processes the material to make it usable to patients in need. Blood banks also store blood and distribute it to area hospitals
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