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    Plasma Donors Causing Health Concerns in Public Restrooms at Hidalgo Intíl Bridge

    Plasma Donors Causing Health Concerns in Public Restrooms at Hidalgo Intíl Bridge

    June 13, 2019 4:49 PM in News - Local
    By: Daisy Martinez

    HIDALGO Ė Wads of blood bandages can be seen on the sinks, on top of hand dryers and the floor of the public restrooms at the Hidalgo International Bridge.

    People who frequently cross into Mexico say theyíve noticed the problem; some are hesitant to use the facilities.

    Just around the corner from the bridge, in the U.S., people gather to hitch a ride to plasma centers.


    After selling their plasma, donors get their arm bandaged to stop the puncture wound from bleeding.


    A woman explained to CHANNEL 5 NEWS why donors take off their bandages before returning to Mexico.


    She says donors are afraid that could be considered a steady income, therefore, considered as having employment in the U.S. without the proper work visa.


    Watch the video above for the full story.

    https://www.krgv.com/news/plasma-don...o-int-l-bridge

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    Mexican plasma? no thanks.
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    Most plasma sellers are homeless people, unemployed alcoholics, etc.

    What Is the Blood of a Poor Person Worth? - The New York Times
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/01/s...-industry.html

    Feb 1, 2019 - Desperate people can make $30 or more donating plasma, up to 104 times a year ... collection centers like this one more than doubling since 2005, and global ... had learned about the center when he was living at a homeless shelter; ...


    The Plasma Life of the Homeless Funny, Scary, and Truthful ...
    https://www.reddit.com/.../almosthom...ife_of_the_hom...
    Mar 7, 2017 - 5 posts - ‎5 authors
    So, it's a fact of life for some
    homeless people. Donating plasma. Yeah, $40 is $40 . . .
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