Just three months after his first heart attack in November 2014, Mr Mohamed Rezal Yusof suffered a second one - this time more severe and eventually putting him on the waiting list for a transplant.
While the first heart attack was managed with blood thinning medication as doctors did not detect any blockage in the arteries, the second one severely damaged his heart muscle.
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