When faced with the decision to either finish out his college athletic career or save someone’s life, Cameron Lyle chose to be a hero.

“They told me it was a one in 5 million chance of me being a match for a non-family member,” Lyle said. “They gave me the timeline and everything’s been moving quickly after that.”

Lyle will be donating to a 28-year-old male who is suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

It’s not easy to give up your dreams, especially as a college student. We commend and applaud Cameron, and are definitely doing some miles for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society today!

(via College Athlete Ends Career To Donate Bone Marrow To Man With Leukemia)

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