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Surviving are a two sons, Dion Swafford of Central, and Donnie Vaughn of Pickens; a daughter, Trisha Myers (Jeremy) of Simpsonville; a brother, Harry Ragsdale of Pelzer; three sisters, Shirley Hill (Sterling) of Easley, Ruby Burke (Frank) of Green Cove Springs, FL, and Alice Grant of Greenville; and four grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by two sisters, Ann Howell and Pat Ragsdale.Her research expertise includes: Healing Power of Story, Evidence Academy Survivorship and Patient Care, South Carolina Cancer Alliance, May 20, 2016. Butterfly Program, Interventions for Families and Children when Parent Has Terminal Cancer, Japan 2015.

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She also developed a workshop to help professionals learn strategies for working with grieving children. She has created unique group support programs for patients and families which have been nationally and internationally recognized. Her knowledge and experience from this research has evolved into studying interventions to promote social connection in African American women with breast cancer.

Prosecutors had said that Smith killed the boys because a man she was having an affair with ended their relationship eight days prior. "The thing that hurts me the most is that people think that I hurt my children in order to be with a man. There was no motive as it was not even a planned event.

I was not in my right mind." As for why she lied about what happened, Smith wrote, "I didn't know how to tell the people who loved Michael & Alex that they would never see them again.

She began her interest in psychosocial oncology while a BSN student and has provided psychosocial care to pediatric and adult cancer patients and their families for the past 26 years. Heiney has developed and implemented numerous workshops and seminars for professionals including CLIMB which teaches psychosocial professionals how to implement a support program for children whose parents have cancer.

She has taught this seminar to a multidisciplinary audience of oncology professionals in Japan. The association of C-reactive protein and physical activity among a church-based population of African Americans. Inoue, I., Higashi, T., Iwamoto, M., Heiney, Sue P., Tamaki, T., Osawa, K., Inoue, M., Shiraishi, K., Kojima, R., & Matoba, M. A national profile of the impact of parental cancer and their children in Japan.