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You are the manager of a small pharmaceutical company that received a patent on a new drug three years ago (patents in the U.S. are valid for 20 years). Despite strong sales ($125 million last year) and a low marginal cost of producing the product ($0.25 per pill), your company has yet to show a profit from selling the drug. This is, in part, due to the fact that your company spent $1.2 billion developing the drug and obtaining FDA approval. An economist has estimated that, at the current price of $1.25 per pill, the price elasticity of demand for the drug is negative 2.5 (-2.5). Based on this information what can you do to boost PROFITS. (Hint: Remember that profit is defined as total revenue minus total cost. Make sure your answer includes information on both revenue and cost.)

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