19-Year-Old Football Player Donates Corneas After Losing Battle With Cancer
A college football player who died of cancer gave the gift of sight to someone else. Collin Sather was a student-athlete at the University of Idaho. His mother, Treena, said he had been complaining of back pain since December. In January they received devastating news; it was a rare form of genetic kidney cancer. Collin died two days after his 19th birthday and was able to donate his corneas to someone else. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.