Consider this common sentence structure for discussing a hypothetical situation:
Who would benefit from adding Foo to Bar?
I would like to ask the opposite:
Who would be disadvantaged from adding Foo to Bar?
In my particular case, 'be disadvantaged' needs to be replaced with a single word. Ideally, the word would be as neutral as possible, with as little negative connotation as could be mustered. I'm looking for a word from the same part of speech as is 'benefit'. The antonyms for benefit found on common online sources do not have a suitable drop-in replacement word. The only one that comes close is 'lose' but in this case they are not suffering a loss but rather simply not receiving a utility.