The Cleveland Clinic will partner with the Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University to host on Tuesday, Sept. 29, the first presidential debate between presumptive nominees Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced yesterday.

“This pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of health care and scientific discovery in unprecedented ways,” Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Tom Mihaljevic, M.D., and Case Western Reserve University President Barbara Snyder said in a joint statement. “To have the presidential candidates discuss these issues in our innovative learning space represents a tremendous opportunity for both institutions – and our entire region.”

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