California’s Eye Institute is hoping that a new study will help it better understand how to prevent skin cancer.
The eye institute launched the initiative in 2015 with a mission to identify the most effective ways to protect the health of the eyes and other parts of the body.
In February of this year, the institute launched a survey called the Eyes, Body, and Mind Study, which aims to collect data about skin, the eyes, the body, and mental health.
The study, which is now ongoing, will help the institute develop more effective treatments for melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer, as well as to determine which treatments are best for treating other types of skin cancers.
According to a press release from the eye institute, the study will also help the institution to better understand the impact of various skin-related diseases on health, which could be used in the development of new treatments for those diseases.
The Eye Institute estimates that it will be able to save the lives of about 4,500 people annually with the help of the new study.
The institute is asking anyone who is interested to take the survey to complete it at the end of this month.