Star Athlete Quits Sport To Save Stranger With Cancer

shotput donation manTwenty-one-year-old University of New Hampshire student Cameron Lyle recently decided to give up shot put, a track and field sport that he had practiced for eight years, to donate his bone marrow to a stranger in need.

During his sophomore year of college, he had his mouth swabbed for the National Bone Marrow Registry and two years later, he was notified that he was a 100% match for a man with acute lymphoblastic leukemia who had less than six months to live. Although Cameron has no relation to the man, he felt compelled to give the man a shot at life. Now that’s a true hero!


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