FDA Registered 503B Outsourcing Facility

503B Manufacturing Resources

Use our library of resources to learn more about Epicur® and 503B outsourcing facilities for veterinary drug manufacturing. For expert insights on the trends impacting the veterinary community, go to our blog

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DEA Manufacturer FAQs

We have received several questions about compounded controlled drugs being sold to hospitals and veterinary offices for office administration. Common questions include:

  • Does Epicur have a DEA manufacturer license?
  • Why is this required?
  • What products are available through Epicur’s DEA manufacturer license?

Check out the answers to these questions and others from our team of experts!

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503A vs. 503B

What are the differences between the two? What do you get when you order from a 503B facility? 

The chart to the right shares a few of the differences between the two types of facilities. You can also find a more in-depth explanation in our blog!

Active States

The map shows which states Epicur Pharma® is currently licensed as an outsourcing facility, as well as the states that are pending activity. 

Did you know? When purchasing from an FDA Registered 503B Outsourcing Facility, dispensing and unlimited hospital administration is permitted*.

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

Updated 5/13/2021


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