College athlete ends career to donate bone marrow to leukemia patient

www.eagletribune.com Published: April 23, 2013
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Last month, Cameron Lyle had a decision to make.

Lyle, a senior at the University of New Hampshire, could finish his season of track or he could give the season up to save someone’s life, The Eagle-Tribune reports.



It was a no-brainer.

He will be donating his bone marrow to an anonymous recipient who was given six months to live. Lyle told The Eagle-Tribune he hopes to be able to buy the man a couple more years.

H/T: Deadspin
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