#ItsMyTurn: Becoming a Plasma Donor Hero

#ItsMyTurn: Becoming a Plasma Donor Hero

May 26, 2020, at 7 PM Eastern Time, join CSI Pharmacy, Myositis Support and Understanding (MSU), and the Immune Globulin National Society (IGNS) for a webinar discussion of plasma donation and how you can be part of the #ItsMyTurn campaign.

With physical distancing restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, fewer people are donating plasma now. This will cause a shortage of plasma products, such as IVIG, within the coming year.

Becoming a plasma donor is one way those of us who are not on the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19 can bring some good into the world.

Immune Globulin National Society (IgNS) is a professional organization dedicated to developing and sustaining the advancement of knowledge, education, and practice of nursing and pharmacy in the field of immunoglobulin therapy.

CSI Pharmacy is a nationwide specialty pharmacy, founded by pharmacists and dedicated to providing services for patients with chronic and rare illnesses that require complex care.

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Additional information and resources will be added soon.

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Myositis Support and Understanding Association (MSU) is a patient-centered, all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Empowering the Myositis Community. Founded by Myositis patients, for Myositis patients, MSU provides education, support, advocacy, access to research and clinical trial matching, and need-based financial assistance.

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