Auburn Pharmaceutical has become one of the fastest growing generic distributors in the country. We proudly serve over 2,500 independent pharmacies, chains, hospitals and governmental agencies.
Auburn Pharmaceutical is a family-owned and operated business, established in 1993. The family has been involved in the generic pharmaceutical industry for over 45 years.
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