VP Joe Biden speaks at Cleveland Clinic’s Medical Innovation Summit

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Vice President Joe Biden is making the rounds in Ohio today.

He'll be campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Dayton and Toledo.

But first, he made a stop in Cleveland for a different reason: to help find a cure for cancer.

Biden's son died of cancer in 2015, and it's been a big mission of Biden's to find a cure.

At 10 a.m. Monday, was at the Cleveland Clinic's Medical Innovation Summit to discuss Cancer Moonshot, his initiative aiming to make a decade worth of advances in cancer prevention and care in five years.

After his morning in Cleveland, Biden will campaign for Hillary Clinton at events in both Dayton and Toledo.

Biden will highlight the idea that Clinton's vision for America is "Stronger Together," with an economy that works for everyone.

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