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SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah musician who has been waging a fight against heart disease has finally received the new heart that may save his life.
Paul Cardall is well-known as a musician. His piano talents have been an inspiration to Utahns for years, but battle with heart disease has gradually taken his strength to the point it made making music impossible.
Cardall has been waiting for years to get a donor heart. His wife announced Thursday in his family's blog about his health problems that he has received a new heart and seems to be responding well.