WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A new computer program developed at Purdue University may help government officials wage the war on drugs. The computer simulation represents the interaction between the funding levels of U.S. anti-drug efforts and drug production and trafficking in Peru, Colombia and Bolivia.
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