Jon Huntsman, Sr. releases finances for Huntsman Cancer Institute
SALT LAKE CITY — Jon Huntsman, Sr. says the people and leaders of Utah ought to be thanking him and other donors for the Huntsman Cancer Institute. The businessman and philanthropist took out a two-page newspaper ad outlining the finances of the institute over the past 22 years.
“We (our family) are the only one in America that’s now put in a total themselves of 656 million dollars,” he said on KSL’s Doug Wright Show.
He says the state has only put in 7.34 percent of the funding and claims the U owes the institute $54 million from the last memorandum of understanding.
The U of U’s statement today says they share the Huntsman family’s vision of curing cancer and will work on resolving issues at the negotiation table.
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