Yes if. Following criteria: Donors should be at least 18 years of age and weigh at least 110 pounds (50 kg). Must pass two, separately administered medical examinations, a medical history screening, and testing for transmissible viruses, before their donated plasma can be used. Neurofibromatosis does not have infectious etiology. Usually genetic or spontaneous mutation causes neurofibromatosis.
Yes. You place no one at risk when you donate blood as an nf patient. The structural & other issues of nf are contained in the genetic material of the cell nucleus which is actually removed as blood is made.Blood is a product of your body like an apple on a tree. Once ripe it helps sustain you and can sustain others. You do not transfer that disorder to the recipient.
Yes. Nf is a genetic condition and can cause a number of symptoms, but it generally does not limit a person's ability to donate blood.