Interesting case. From what I've read, it sounds like the lab never even tested the fetus, but were instead messing around with the mother's own cells -- all the while assuring the couple that their child wasn't abortion-worthy.
A jury this afternoon awarded nearly $3 million to a Portland-area couple whose daughter was born with Down syndrome even though a prenatal test found she didn't have the chromosomal abnormality.
The couple sued Legacy Health, claiming that Deborah Levy would have aborted her pregnancy had she known her daughter had the chromosomal abnormality. The lawsuit blames Legacy's Center for Maternal-Fetal Medicine in North Portland and a Legacy lab for allegedly botching the test.
So what do you think? Was three million enough?