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The paper discusses ethical and religious issues in informed consent that occur when genetic screening is contemplated. Three types of situations are considered: 1. screening decisions by doctors, 2. disclosure decisions made by patients, and 3. disclosure decisions made by physicians. The Paper highlights areas of caution and restraint in the three scenarios. The argument for caution is founded in the observation that genetic risk information may have a differential impact on the likelihood of being selected for testing as a function of ancestry. The paper argues that the fact that this differential selection occurs does not translate into differential risks for the individual being selected. Further, the Paper stresses that the decision regarding the feasibility or desirability of screening is a duty to protect individuals’ rights. Furthermore, the Paper argues for restraint regarding the disclosure by physicians of information about future screening, due to issues of objectivity in the assessment of future risks.Tropical Storm Winnie (1997)

Tropical Storm Winnie was a weak and short-lived tropical cyclone that formed in the western Pacific Ocean in late January 1997. It moved into the South China Sea, where it dropped moderate amounts of rainfall. North of the Philippines, Winnie became a strong typhoon in the South China Sea. After passing the island nation, the storm dissipated, though its remnant moved towards Vietnam, Thailand and Laos. The storm caused over $50 million in damage, and at least 60 deaths across the Philippines.

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The precursor to Tropical Storm Winnie began as a weak tropical low located about to the northeast of Chuuk State in the Chuuk State of Micronesia. At that time, the low was stationary and associated with a weak shortwave trough over the Philippines. After consolidating for several days, the system gradually organized. On January 31, a circulation center formed as the system developed convective banding. At around that time, a satellite run of the system showed that the center became better organized. By February 1, a ridge in the mid-latitudes to the north caused the storm to track westward in an area devoid of significant wind shear, while having a low-level circulation. Also by that time, the storm had developed a well-defined cloud-filled eye. Early on February 2,

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123 Ga. App. 7 (1970)
179 S.E.2d 558
Court of Appeals of Georgia.
Argued March 2, 1970.
Decided March 10, 1970.
Rehearing Denied March 24, 1970.
Smith, Cohen, Ringel, Kohler, Martin & Lowe, D. W. Kyser, for appellant.
James W. Curenton, for appellee.
HALL, Judge.
This appeal follows a jury verdict for the defendant in a negligence action against a municipal corporation. A principal issue on appeal is whether or not the trial judge improperly charged the jury on the doctrine of last clear chance. We affirm the judgment.
1. The trial judge in the language of the rule charged the jury as follows: “But even if the plaintiff was negligent, in order to be entitled to recover therefrom it is necessary for the plaintiff to prove to your satisfaction by a preponderance of the evidence in this case that the defendant was negligent and that this negligence was the cause of the plaintiff’s injury and then that thereafter, and while the plaintiff was in a position of peril, the defendant was negligent and that, at the time this plaintiff was injured, she had no knowledge or means of knowing that she was in a position of peril and if you find that this defendant had knowledge or means of knowledge of this plaintiff’s situation you have the right, when you are satisfied as to the facts and that the defendant’s conduct was negligent and you find that this plaintiff was misled by some act or neglect of the defendant and that this plaintiff’s misfortune resulted from this action of the defendant then it is your duty to find that the defendant was negligent and that the plaintiff’s negligence, if any, was the cause of the injury, you would have a right to return a verdict for the plaintiff for the reason that the plaintiff has failed to prove her own case.” (Emphasis supplied.)
We do not find the charge to be erroneous. The charge was taken from the opinion of this court in Mann v. City of A. L. Gaston Const. Co., 119 Ga. App. 207, 211 (166 SE2d 845) *8 and is: “If the evidence would have authorized a