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If you're interested in learning more about our research program -- for plasma or any other type of project, feel free to give us a call or text us at any time



As the leader in biological research and specialty antibody plasma , Daxia Trials seeks out individuals who have been diagnosed with certain illnesses to donate their plasma and receive compensation.

Your plasma donations are crucial and could potentially save the lives of individuals who are battling the same illness as you.

Laboratories that test for infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases, or hepatitis are required by the FDA to include a quality control group in their testing process to ensure accuracy. This quality control material must come from human plasma in order to meet FDA standards. Daxia's Plasma Donation Program aims to educate and recruit individuals who have been diagnosed with certain illnesses and infectious diseases, particularly those who have been diagnosed with an infectious disease like the hepatitis A or B virus within the past 2-3 weeks, those who carry rare polyclonal blood antibodies, or those who have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.

If you have been diagnosed with any of the diseases we are looking for and meet our specific donor qualifications, you can become a plasma donor and receive compensation (up to $500 per donation, based on qualification) each time you donate this vital quality control material.


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 Daxia is unable to find people for antibody recruitment, then certain test kits could eventually go on backorder. 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.



Our mission is to provide the best control material for medical test kit manufacturing by linking patients and healthcare professionals with the diagnostics industry through recruitment, education, and consulting.


STEP 1 – Complete the Qualification Form and Contact daxia trials.

STEP 2 – If you qualify to participate, you will be scheduled to visit an FDA-licensed plasma collection facility. The facilities used for these donations meet the highest FDA standards, and all materials utilized in the plasma collection process are completely sterile and disposed of after each donation.

Your plasma will be collected via a process called plasmapheresis. This procedure is similar to donating whole blood (i.e. Red Cross). In the plasmapheresis process your plasma is collected alone returning your red blood cells back to you. This process typically leaves you without the blood donation side effects of being dizzy or weak. Your body will regenerate plasma collected by the donor centers within 24 hours. The FDA allows a patient to donate up to twice in a seven day period of time.

STEP 3 – Immediately following your donation, you will receive compensation, along with your Daxia covered travel and lodging expenses.

STEP 4 – Continue donating as long as your plasma meets Daxia’s antibody program requirements.


Every step in our program relies on each other – click on tabs to see how! 

Daxia relies on Patients for Plasma.

Daxia recruits and qualifies patients to participate in their Plasma Donation Program. > PATIENTS . . .

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Daxia Trials 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.

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