- (adj) induced by a physician's words or therapy (used especially of a complication resulting from treatment)
- Criminal involvement in the marijuana business is an iatrogenic disease, and the forces who make their living enforcing our marijuana laws love it that way.
- Doctors seldom mention the fact that an illness can be iatrogenic, i.
- Sir: Viet Nam is afflicted with iatrogenic disease.
- Government intervention causes iatrogenics — unintended negative consequences that hurt the very people they’re intended to help. Nowhere is this better exemplified than with Obamacare, a policy intended to bring insurance to all that has in effect taken it away from many. This paradox can be applied to other policy arenas as well.on December 26, 2013 Source: Ludwig von Mises Institute