A couple who wanted to sue their doctor for failing to warn them of theirunborn child’s birth defects have lost a closely watched case before theGeorgia Supreme Court.

The high court ruled 6-1 Tuesday that parents who said they would haveaborted the pregnancy had they known their son had Down’s syndrome cannotsue the doctor who advised against extensive tests for the problem.

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