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Manager, Lead for Standards
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About Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association
The Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA) is the global industry trade association representing the private sector collectors of source plasma (plasma for manufacturing) and manufacturers of plasma protein therapies. PPTA drives broad and reliable access to plasma protein therapies with a focus on the well-being of patients and plasma donors. These therapies are used by small patient populations worldwide to treat a variety of rare diseases and serious medical conditions.
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