drug-induced disease

drug-in·duced dis·ease

a toxic reaction to or morbid condition resulting from the administration of a drug.

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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Toxicogenomics promises to use new methods and technologies to obtain a more fundamental understanding of chemical- and drug-induced disease processes.
s labor union in Tokushima, western Japan, for its activities to tackle drug-induced diseases.
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.
Victims have said there is a need to make greater efforts because none of the lessons learned in the aftermath of the SMON epidemic were applied and because the Health and Welfare Ministry failed to live up to its promise of preventing the occurrence of drug-induced diseases.

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