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Melanin in darkly pigmented skin can provide an SPF (sun protective factor) of 1.5 - 4. Amount of UV light getting through is 1/SPF, so a SPF of 4 reduces UV radiation by 75%. So the areas without this protective feature are most at risk (palms/soles).
Acral Lentigious is NOT associated with UV exposure. So there might be another reason
I knew about acral lentigious melanoma in African American's but because I learned that it has nothing to do with UV exposure I didn't pick it and went with forehead.. Why did they talk about how he goes on a boat every weekend and doesn't use sunscreen if they just wanted us to know that African American = Acral Lentigious :( maybe I'm just dumb