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Mayo Clinic’s chief medical officer, Dr. John B. Johnson, will speak on Tuesday at a conference on the future of health care at the University of Minnesota.
The Mayo Clinic Foundation, the organization behind the conference, said in a statement that Johnson will discuss how the organization is working to support the development of new treatments that will lead to better outcomes for patients.
The foundation said the conference will include speakers from Mayo Clinic, the Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic Hospitals and Mayo Clinic Children’s Hospitals.
The event will be streamed live on Mayo Clinic Watch and will be open to the public.
Johnson has long advocated for the development and widespread availability of a vaccine that would protect against the coronavirus.
He has been an outspoken critic of the federal government’s efforts to regulate the vaccine industry and has been outspoken about the need to improve the quality of care.
The vaccine has already been approved by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Johnson is also a vocal opponent of President Donald Trump, whose administration has pushed to reduce funding for Mayo Clinic.
The foundation said in 2016 that Johnson would be an “independent expert” at the White House.
Johnson also has advocated for a federal law to require doctors to take a series of standardized tests, including an annual exam for certain cancers.
The new test will be available online.
The CDC and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have issued guidance that doctors be required to administer such a test, and Johnson is a former member of the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The institute and the CDC are also considering a bill that would require doctors who do not receive the annual exam to take it as part of their medical education.
The American Medical Association has also been working on a proposal that would expand that requirement to include all doctors.