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The 1992 cost estimate had increased 50% over the cost estimate from 1985; hence the current economic cost due to drug abuse must be much higher.
The "prevention costs" does not include the much more expensive "interdiction cost," i.e., the cost of programs designed to stop drugs from entering the United States: such budgeted cost for 2003 was $2.3 billion
The Costs have been inflated to 2002 levels