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ARC BLOOD SERVICES
362 VIOLET AVE
POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK
(845) 471-0202
BIOLIFE - NEW YORK AREA
223 N CENTER DR
NORTH BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
(732) 422-4200
COMMUNITY BLOOD SERVICE
7 COATES DR
GOSHEN,  NEW YORK  
(845) 294-3362
DUTCHESS COUNTY M H CLINIC
230 NORTH RD
POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK
(845) 485-9700
HUDSON VALLEY BLOOD SERVICE
12 RAYMOND AVE
POUGHKEEPSIE,  NEW YORK  
(845) 473-5959
HUDSON VALLEY BLOOD SERVICE
525 EXECUTIVE BLVD
ELMSFORD,  NEW YORK  
(914) 784-4600
HUDSON VALLEY BLOOD SERVICE
14 PEARL ST
KINGSTON,  NEW YORK  
(845) 339-5525
BLOODMOBILE BLOOD BANK
4400 MAIN STREET
NEW YORK  
(000) 000-0000
NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER
333 MERRICK RD
ROCKVILLE CENTRE,  NEW YORK  
(516) 763-0284
NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER
21 BLOOMINGDALE RD
WHITE PLAINS,  NEW YORK  
(914) 997-6495
NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER
310 E 67th ST
NEW YORK,  NEW YORK  
(212) 570-3000
NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER
1200 PROSPECT AVE
WESTBURY,  NEW YORK  
(516) 478-5000
NEW YORK BLOOD CLINICAL CENTER
525 EXECUTIVE BLVD
ELMSFORD,  NEW YORK  
(914) 784-4500
NEW YORK TISSUE SERVICE INC
150 55th ST
BROOKLYN,  NEW YORK  
(718) 765-1035
NORTHERN DUTCHESS HOSPITAL
6511 SPRING BROOK AVE
RHINEBECK, NEW YORK
(845) 871-3200
     

NEW YORK CORD BLOOD CENTERS

The New York Blood Center has renamed their cord Blood program the National Cord Blood Program. Renamed, the NMDP is on the non-participating list, is one of the world's most prestigious public cord Blood banks having provided more than 50% the cord Blood used in transplants around the world. They have the second largest registry of cord blood donations in the United States, collected from from five U.S. hospitals, listed in chronological order:

bullet Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
bullet North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset (Long Island), NY
bullet Inova Hospital, Fairfax, VA
bullet New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, NY
bullet University Hospitals, Cleveland, OH

For more information, contact 1.212.570.3014.

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If you have needed cash, you may have donated plasma. Selling Blood plasma can get quick cash. The human body quickly replenishes its supply of plasma in the Blood. You should be careful when using your body for cash this way!

Worldwide, approximately seventeen million (17,000,000) gallons of Blood and Blood plasma are collected every year. That is the equivalent of about thirty-five (35) Olympic-size swimming pools. The Blood business involves collecting Blood and Blood plasma, breaking it into component Blood products, and selling those products in every country in the world. Red Blood cells are perishable. However, certain parts of Blood plasma, in particular, are bought, sold and traded worldwide on the spot market, just like oil. The United States, with it's eased rules regarding collection, is the world leader in Blood plasma. These rules are in place in New York for plasma collection and sales of plasma. Cord Blood registry and Cord Blood collection.

One recent study of over 400 college students, age 18 to 22, found that 10 percent have sold their Blood plasma at least once for cash payments of from $9 to $20 per donation. Of that group, three out of five are former Red Cross donors who stopped donating Blood for a lollipop and a T-shirt when they started selling their plasma for cash!

There are some precautions you should take before selling plasma:

bullet Eat something in the hours just before going to the plasma center.
bullet Drink a lot of water to avoid lightheadedness after selling plasma.
bullet Do not drink alcohol for 72 hours after you sell Blood Plasma. Alcohol in the Blood stream can cause a problem replenishing the body's supply of plasma after dehydrating it with drinking alcohol.
bullet Do not sell plasma more often than the plasma center recommends. This is a serious risk to your health by scarring your veins and causing iron deficiency.
bullet Selling plasma and getting tested for HIV/AIDS and depending on those tests is not a good ides. The plasma center may not even inform you of the reason for rejecting your plasma.
bullet One big risk that you might be taking by going to a plasma center to sell plasma is possible mistakes by the staff. It may be hard for the person taking your plasma to find a good vein, or the needle could slip out of the vein.
bullet Buying plasma helps in medical research, etc., however, the primary purpose of the center is to make money.

There are more than 500 for-profit plasma collection centers in the United States, one of the largest suppliers of Blood plasma products in the world. According to the plasma industry, there are between 1.5 million and 2 million paid donors, 70 percent of whom donate regularly. Because the human body replenishes plasma more quickly than whole blood, plasma donations can be made twice weekly or a maximum of 104 times/year. Normally, whole Blood can be donated once every two months.

What is Blood Plasma? Plasma is the liquid component of Blood, in which the Blood cells are suspended. Serum is the same as Blood plasma except that clotting factors have been removed. Plasma resembles whey in appearance. It is translucent with a faint straw color, similar to the color of this web page. It is mainly composed of water, Blood proteins, and inorganic electrolytes. Plasma serves as a transport medium for glucose, Blood borne lipids, hormones, metabolic end products, carbon dioxide and oxygen. Plasma is the storage and transport medium of clotting factors and the protein content that is necessary to maintain the pressure of the Blood circulatory system.

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