'All My Children' Creator Agnes Nixon Has Died

Agnes Nixon, who created such soap operas as "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," has died, her daughter Cathy Chicos told ABC News.
0:40 | 09/29/16

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Daytime TV fans are remembering soap opera legend Agnes Nixon really a pioneer she was a creative force behind the long running ABC soaps All My Children. And one life to live. She was the first to inject social issues such as aids and alcoholism in two story lines. Susan Lucci who famously played Erica Kane is among those praising Nixon's saying. I adored her and have done much admired her and am grateful forever to her active sticks and it's 93. As a new warning out about popular pain relievers researchers now say medications like prescription strength Ibuprofen can increase the risk of heart failure. After studying medical records of new.

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