This business is good when a person first come there to donate plasma but then when that person sets an appointment it is not. If the person sets an appointment for 7am in the morning for instance, they cater to people coming from a foriegn country many times before they will people that have driven their vehicle from their home and are loyal to be there on the day that their appointment is set. Sometimes the person which is a U. S. citizen may arrive a little late, say 10 maybe 15 minutes late fore their appointment. They want that person to sit there on a waiting list while they attend to the people that walked accross a bridge for another country to donate plasma. Most of the time waiting on a waiting list takes 3 t0 for hours. Most U.S citizens do not have that kind of time as do these coming from Mexico to the U.S. Sometime these people coming from Mexico will sacrifice their children or lives to get to the United States. U. S. citizens have sacrificed enough to foreign countries, and now to donate plasma they have to sacrifice their time to these people also. This is not right.
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