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(KSL News) -- A roll of wallpaper turned into a treasure and a state-wide fight against Multiple Sclerosis.
Corinne Turner found five giclee prints by a modern Italian painter rolled up in wallpaper she bought at a discount store in Ogden.
She sold the prints for thousands of dollars and donated the money to MS research at the University of Utah.
The artist, Pino Dangelico, was moved by the story and has since donated several more prints with all proceeds going to MS research in Utah.