How to donate plasma if you can’t get a kidney

This article will show you how to donate blood if you are unable to get a donor organ.

You can donate plasma to a family member, friend or neighbour, or give it to a friend or relative.

The donation will normally be done in your own home, so you will need to check the donor’s privacy settings.

The easiest way to donate is through a family doctor, who will give you details about the donor.

They will also give you a list of blood banks that will accept your plasma.

If you don’t want to donate directly to a blood bank, you can donate to a private hospital.

You will need the following: a blood donor licence If you are a non-U.S. resident and have been registered with a charity or an international charity, you will be able to donate through a private donor licence.

You must have a private licence if you have one and have any health conditions that could cause your organs to fail.

You also need to sign a consent form.

If your licence is cancelled, you cannot donate.

You need a licence if the person donating has a disability, has been in hospital for longer than 18 months, or has died.

You do not need to be registered as a private person to donate to your family.

If the person who donated is deceased, you must be registered.

To donate to family members, you need a donor licence if they are aged over 18 and have lived in the same household for two or more years.

The licence will need: the donor must be in their own home (no living relatives) and have a kidney donation plan