TAMPA, Fla., May 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- BPL Plasma, a leader in the blood plasma industry for over 35 years, is proud to support the Hemophilia Society of Greater Florida at the Woodstock Walk for Bleeding Disorders on Saturday, May 14. The employees at our Dunedin and Temple Terrace Plasma Collection Centers are looking forward to raising funds to improve the quality of life for people with bleeding disorders and their families through education, information and referral services, advocacy and research.
BPL Plasma is dedicated to the collection of high quality plasma for life-saving therapies. Products made from plasma, gathered at our 34 other BPL Plasma Collection Centers located throughout the United States, are used to treat bleeding disorders, immune deficiencies, shock, trauma, and burns.
BPL Plasma and more than 90 employees at our Dunedin and Temple Terrace Plasma Collection Centers look forward to supporting the local Hemophilia community.
About BPL Plasma
BPL Plasma is a subsidiary of Bio Products Laboratory, Ltd., a leading manufacturer of plasma-derived protein therapies with global headquarters in Elstree, England, and a presence in more than 45 countries worldwide. The Company has over 60 years of experience developing and manufacturing plasma-derived therapies since being established in the United Kingdom as part of the Lister Institute in 1950, and currently markets a wide range of products including coagulation factors, human immunoglobulins, and albumin. BPL is committed to continued investment in research and development to maintain its role as a supplier of high-quality products to patients and healthcare providers worldwide.
BPL Plasma operates 34 FDA-licensed blood plasma collection centers throughout the United States. We pride ourselves on operating modern plasma collection facilities staffed with trained and friendly personnel.
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