A University of New Hampshire track and field star hailed as a hero after he quit the team so he can donate bone marrow has given two liters of it to a complete stranger.
Cameron Lyle, a senior, grabbed national attention last week when he said he would selflessly end his collegiate track and field career to give the gift of life to a 28-year-old leukaemia patient.
Mr Lyle does not know the patient’s name, but was told that he had been given just six months to live.
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Photo Credits – Daily Mail and Cameron Lyle.