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Blood Donation Serum Program

BLOODWORKS IS PARTNERING WITH RESEARCH and medical institutions in clinical trials to develop treatments for patients with life threatening diseases. An important product we’re providing is human serum derived from whole blood. Currently, local clinical trials rely on these blood donations for cancer research treatments.

Donation takes less than 1 hour. Compensation is offered for your time.

Patient Eligibility

Why is serum so important?

Serum is a blood component without red blood cells, white blood cells or a clotting factor.

Serum is the liquid that remains after the blood has clotted, and plasma is the liquid that remains with the addition of an anticoagulant to prevent clotting.

The whole blood is allowed to clot for 30 minutes, then it will go through a centrifuge process so the separated serum can be collected.

Serum is one of the nutrients essential for growth of immunotherapy cells. THERE IS NO ARTIFICIAL SUBSTITUTE, SO THAT’S WHY WE NEED DONORS LIKE YOU.

Have more questions? Fill out the form below and we’ll reach out to you.

Ineligible for serum donations? You may qualify for a different type of research donation; click here to find out more.


Phone: (206) 568-3637



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Bellevue Center
1807 132nd Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98005
(425) 434-4200

Seattle, First Hill
921 Terry Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 292-6500


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