U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks as officials listen on at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia, July 17, 2016. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy/Pool
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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Sunday unveiled a series of agreements between the U.S. and Australia to create an "unprecedented" international research database of cancer patients as he kicked off a three-day visit in Melbourne.Fighting cancer is a personal goal for Biden, who lost his son Beau Biden to brain cancer last year, with the opening of an Aus$1 billion (U.S.$760,000) medical facility his first event on his Australia tour, ahead of talks with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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