In Summers v. Touchpoint Healthplan, Inc., Case Number 2005-AP 2643 (Wisc. May 28, 2008), the Wisconsin Supreme Court ordered Touchpoint to provide coverage for an "experimental" high dose radiation and stem cell recovery procedure for a child suffering from a rare brain tumor. Surgeons removed the tumor and the child’s doctors recommended the high dose radiation treatment with stem cell recovery as the best of the follow-up options to assure full recovery. The problem was that the procedure was "experimental" as defined in the policy and was excluded from coverage under the policy. Included in the plan’s definition of "experimental" was any procedure that was the "subject of any ongoing Phase I or Phase II clinical trial."