drug-induced disease

drug-in·duced dis·ease

a toxic reaction to or morbid condition resulting from the administration of a drug.
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drug-in·duced dis·ease

(drŭg-in-dūst di-zēz)
Toxic reaction or morbid condition due to administration of a drug.
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The $13.8 billion in savings Lewin-VHI expects from appropriate use of pharmaceuticals is derived from pharmacists' involvement in monitoring programs that focus on reducing drug-induced diseases and drug-related hospital admissions.

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