She got a heart in the mail and she feels great!: ...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Sunday, April 19
A 5-year-old Marietta girl doesn’t have the heart she was born with because the one inside her chest was sent to her in the mail — at least that’s how she understands it. Now more than a year after her heart transplant, if you ask Mya Gahan how sh...

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