No, you can't prevent it, but what you CAN is try to slow the rate of deceleration by having more cushion and more crush, and this is where this car is failing.
The injuries have been there and they are not going to 100% disappear, but in many of the examples you posted, those injuries were severe enough to be life threatening. Now we are hurting people in cars that are driven back to the pits and repaired. I'm sorry, but I think that is a major difference. I just listened to Dale Jr. say that the ENTIRE car needs some serious rethinking in regards to impact absorption, and he, like myself questioned why in the hell somebody thought it was necessary to move SO FAR away from the previous car design and into so much unknown territory.