While Alzheimer's may be stealing the memory of 67-year-old Steve Goodwin, he refuses to let the disease steal his music. The cruelest part of the disease was the toll it was taking on the songs he composed for his wife and could no longer remember - until a family friend and professional pianist took note with a rescue mission. Steve Hartman reports.

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