The last and largest category of deaths in this group are the hospitalized patients who die from the "noxious, unintended and undesired effect of a drug,"" which occurs at normal doses.16 Even with the use of approved medicines and correct medication procedures, over one hundred thousand people die every year from unintended reactions to the "medicine" that is supposed to be reviving their health.15 Incidentally, this same report, which summarized and analyzed thirty-nine separate studies, found that almost 7% (one out of fifteen) of all hospitalized patients have experienced a serious adverse drug reaction, one that "requires hospitalization, prolongs hospitalization, is permanently disabling or results in death."" These are people who took their medicine as directed. This number does not include the tens of thousands of people who suffer from the incorrect administration and use of these drugs. Nor does it include adverse drug events that are labeled "possible" effects, or drugs that do not accomplish their intended goal. In other words, one of fifteen is a conservative number."