Cameron Lyle was in his senior season of track at the University of New Hampshire when he found out he was someone's one-in-5-million match for a bone marrow transplant. Cameron says the choice between the final two meets of his career (including the America East championships) and helping out was easy. "I knew right away I was definitely going to donate," he says. Lyle is donating to a 28-year-old male with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. "He has six months to live and I have the possibility to buy him a couple more years," Lyle said. His mother, Christine Sciacca, echoes our sentiments: "He's my hero." [Source]
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