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Possible to remedy: remediable problems.

re·me′di·a·bil′i·ty n.
re·me′di·a·bly adv.
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the state of being able to be remedied
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By building "remediability" into the standing inquiry, our law focuses the front end of a case so that the result is the right kind of judicial output at the back end.
What is most troubling, though, about the arguments of the Sampson plaintiffs is not that the plaintiffs overlooked the remediability of the "indignities" and "degradation" that accompany the dying process.