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Now transitioning to blister packs

For safer, more convenient treatment

Unit-dose blister packaging offers key advantages for veterinary staff and clients. Learn more about why we’re making this change and how it can make a difference in your practice.

Epicur Pharma Blister Packs

Chemo Tablets

503B Manufactured Medications for Consistent Quality & Care

Epicur® chemotherapy tablets are manufactured in our FDA Registered Outsourcing Facility following cGMP, the same regulations used by pharmaceutical companies. You can be confident in your patient care when you use Epicur® chemo tablets because all of our products are tested for potency and manufactured with true quality that is backed by FDA oversight.  

Available for office administration and dispensing* when medically necessary.  They are also available direct to client through Stokes Pharmacy.

*Varies based on individual state law. Federal law allows dispensing and administration – FDA Federal SEC. 503B. [21 U.S.C. 353b]

Epicur® Chemo Tablets

Drug/Strengths
Pill Example

Chlorambucil Mini-Tabs

1 mg | 1.5 mg | 1.75 mg | 2.25 mg | 2.5 mg | 3 mg | 3.5 mg | 4 mg | 4.5 mg | 5 mg | 6 mg

Chlorambucil Tablet

Cyclophosphamide Mini-Tabs

5 mg | 7.5 mg | 10 mg | 12 mg | 14 mg | 15 mg | 20 mg | 40 mg | 60 mg

Cyclophosphamide Tablet

Lomustine Mini-Tabs

5 mg | 8 mg | 12 mg | 20 mg | 35 mg

Lomustine Tablet

Melphalan Mini-Tabs

0.5 mg | 1 mg | 1.5 mg | 1.75 mg | 2.25 mg | 3 mg

Melphalan Tablet

Procarbazine Mini-Tabs

20 mg | 50 mg

Procarbazine Tablet

503B Compounded Medications

Our portfolio is the largest among currently registered 503B outsourcing facilities in veterinary medicine. Browse the other formulations we manufacture. ​

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Available for dispensing and unlimited hospital administration in all 50 states.*

*Varies based on individual state law. Federal law allows dispensing and administration – FDA Federal SEC. 503B. [21 U.S.C. 353b]