University of Arizona Administrator Takes Huntsman Cancer Foundation Job

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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- A University of Arizona administrator is leaving the school to work for one of the nation's leading cancer foundations.

The university's vice president for advancement -- Janet Bingham -- says she will begin her new position as president and C-E-O for Salt Lake City's Huntsman Cancer Foundation in January.

Bingham has worked at the university for 23 years.

She lost her husband, Tucson attorney David White, to pancreatic cancer in 2003.

She says she has a passion for this fight because of her own experience and seeing what cancer patients have to go through.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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