Iatrogenesis is defined as a doctor-inflicted injury, illness, or disease. ... In malpractice, a doctor is found guilty of acting against medical code in violation of the so-called standard of care. However, malpractice is only one kind of clinical iatrogenesis and is actually the least of our worries. Most of the damage inflicted by modern medicine occurs within the standard of care of ordinary practice. As noted, 106,000 Americans died in 1994 from medications that were administered properly , makng this the fourth leading cause of death, while two million more suffered from serious side effects. ... Among institutional psychiatrists and psychologists, there are two major strategies of 'treatment': drugs and behavior modification. There really is nothing else seriously discussed, and it would be fair to say that in institutional mental health 'treatment' is synonymous with 'manipulation.' ... institutional mental health's diagnoses are unreliable and invalid - and thus unscientific - rendering them more diversionary than useful. ... Know that sticks and stones may break your bones, but DSM* does permanent damage." Bruce Levine, Ph.D. (psychologist), Commonsense Rebellion: Debunking Psychiatry, Confronting Society (Continuum, New York, 2001), pp. 65, 103, 178, 269, 277.