Location: Camden, NJ   Age: 50   

Although plasma therapy is still considered an experimental treatment, there are many signs and stories of promise. In many cases, it is the only remaining hope for their loved one. There are also many stories of plasma needed and not yet available or not available in time. We hope you will be inspired to act now on behalf of all these stories even ones yet to be told unfolding now. If you have a story of your own or know of one that should be told, we hope you will do that as well.

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Brett and Amy have been married for almost 25 years. The last text Brett was able to send Amy before he was admitted into the hospital was that he loved her. Only 50yrs old, the father of two is currently on kidney dialysis, a ventilator, and had already developed pneumonia in both lungs due to complications from COVID-19. "It can really happen to anybody. Take the symptoms seriously. I was just floored when that happened. They never even had the chance to call me and say, he’s really really sick. They just did what they had to do,” said his wife, Amy. Although he is in critical condition, the family is hoping convalescent plasma will give the Navy vet a fighting chance.