Photodynamic Light Therapy: Patient Care Resources

1Getting Started In Your Care

2Getting Your Diagnosis

3Planning Your Treatment

4Undergoing Treatment & Follow-Up

Your Doctors


This type of doctor specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. Dermatologists in Stanford’s Melanoma Program have years of training and experience in cancer care. Cutaneous oncologists are dermatologists who specialize in skin cancer diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing surveillance. Dermatologic surgeons treat early melanomas, which are most likely to be cured following surgical removal. The treatments we offer include:

  • Non-Surgical treatments
  • Surgery

View All {0} Dermatologists »


Advanced Practice Provider (APP)
Multidisciplinary care coordinator (MCC) or Nurse Coordinator
Clinical administrative assistant (CAA)
Patient Access Representative (PAS)
Infusion treatment area (ITA) scheduler
Medical assistant (MA)
New patient coordinator (NPC)
Patient flow coordinator/Medical Scribe
Medical student



PathWell is your connection to personalized support services before, during, and after your treatment. Our teams of doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual care providers, nutrition experts, financial counselors, and more work with your oncology team to provide comprehensive specialized care to you and to your family.

Stanford Health Library

For confidential help with your health care questions, contact the Stanford Health Library. Professional medical librarians and trained volunteers, access journals, books, e-books, databases, and videos to learn more about medical conditions, treatment options, and related issues.

  • 875 Blake Wilbur, Palo Alto: 1st floor near the cafe, 650-736-1960

Email us your questions:

Learn More About Photodynamic Light Therapy