Pig heart for humans?

For the second time, in the history of modern medicine, a man received a genetically engineered pig heart, at the University of Maryland Medical Center. (Megan Molteni, STAT news 22 September 2023) The first man who got a pig heart earlier died within two months after surgery. A pig heart may help to prolong the physical life of a person but cannot bring spiritual change. Prophet Jeremiah writes that the human heart is deceitful and desperately wicked. (Jeremiah 17:9-10) However, God gives us a new heart. (Ezekiel 36:26)
Loving heart: God calls his disciples to love Him with all heart, strength, and soul, and also love others. God pours His love into our hearts to love others as God loves them.
Sensitive heart: The human heart could be insensitive to the Holy Spirit. Also, towards the needs, aspirations, and expectations of others.
Humble heart: God’s grace fills the person with a humble heart. In contrast, God is against the pride in heart. (Proverbs 16:5-7)
Grateful heart: Godly disciples are always grateful and give thanks to God for all things and all circumstances. (I Thessalonians 5:18)
True heart: God loves people of integrity. With the integrity of heart, David shepherded the Nation of Israel. (Psalm 78:72)
Joyful/cheerful heart: A cheerful heart is good medicine. (Proverbs 17:22) Confined to prison Paul could call the believers outside the prison to rejoice in the Lord always. (Philippians 4:4)
Generous heart: Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ are generous to others who are poor, marginalized, oppressed, exploited, harassed, and persecuted.
Contrite heart: God will not despise a contrite and broken heart. (Psalms 51:17) Lord is gracious to those whose heart is contrite and trembles hearing the Word of God. (Isaiah 66:2-3)
Purposeful heart: Daniel purposed in his heart, not to defile himself with the food of the king. (Daniel 1:8) People of God should live fulfilling God’s purpose. For that decisive heart is required.
Obedient heart: Those who love the Lord will obey His commands. (John 14:15)
Clean heart: King David pleaded for a clean heart and a steadfast spirit. (Psalm 51:10)
Do I have a new heart?