In a review published in December in JAMA Dermatology,  Lopes, et al examined the link between UV exposure and the risk for cutaneous melanoma in people of color; people of color was defined as individuals of any race or ethnicity other than non-Hispanic White, those with Fitzpatrick skin types IV through VI, and those with a tanning ability of rarely or never burns.

To further discuss these findings and related clinical implications, we interviewed Raja Sivamani, MD, MS, AP, integrative dermatologist and associate professor of clinical dermatology at the University of California, Davis, in Sacramento, and lead editor of wellness platform Jivome and integrative educational website

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