Finally, when IVF negligence results in children with avoidable genetic diseases, parents may lose the opportunity to found a lasting genetic line (prong 1) or rear their progeny (prong 3), and their choice of a mate's genes turns out to be preventably
erroneous (prong 2).
Sadly and, as I'm sure they will admit, preventably
, after being ahead from the ninth minute when Neil Redfearn headed them into the lead.
277) Just how many of those preventably injured patients would seek health court compensation--and thus, how much adjudicatory capacity health courts would need--would be anyone's guess.
277) See supra note 61 and accompanying text (estimating that 700,000 patients are preventably injured each year).