Who Can Donate?

Placental tissue has multiple components that promote healing and reduce the risk of infection. For decades, doctors have used the amniotic membrane, which comprises the innermost layer of the placenta, in a wide range of procedures including eye injuries, oral surgeries, spine surgeries and for the treatment of difficult-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers, pressure ulcers and burns.

If you are an expectant mother scheduled to deliver in a participating hospital, you may be eligible to donate your placenta. At TriForLife Birth Tissue Recovery Group, we would like to help you provide others with the gift of healing. As long as you have no disqualifying medical conditions, we will accept your donation.

The donation process poses no risk either to you or to your baby, and there is absolutely no cost to you or your family for the donation. The process for donating your placenta includes these simple steps:

Please consider this charitable donation so that together we can improve the quality of life for patients in need. For more information, call TriForLife’s Tennessee office at 423-900-8495. We are happy to provide you with a list of affiliated hospitals in your area and to answer any questions you may have.

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