I find your editorial position lacking in many respects, thus, making it invalid and unacceptable.
You have taken a point of view that tries to appeal to the emotions of your audience and not to their rational senses. Only one case has been cited, and because of the undesirable outcome of this case, you base the results of all future cases and equally negative or undesirable outcomes.
You warn us that we should not "outwit nature before we have learned whether we should." What about the 500 children you so briefly mentioned? Why don't you show also how happy 1,000 parents are today because of this discovery?
CHRISTINE A. EGGERT