9. Oslo Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Norway
At the heart of Oslo, Norway lies a high-tech cancer research facility that ranks 9th in our list of best cancer hospitals in the world. Located at the Oslo University Hospital, the Oslo Comprehensive Cancer Centre has more than 320 employees and seven research departments in its Institute for Cancer Research. Founded in 1954, the center boasts of its strong researches in the fields of biochemistry, cell and tumor biology, genetics, radiation biology, immunology, and cancer prevention. During the first half of 2016, six researchers from the Center were granted awards for their outstanding work and were given funding to continue their research.
Some of their cutting-edge cancer technology include flow cytometry and pre-clinical imaging, advanced imaging with confocal microscopy, superresolution capabilities, electron microscopy, stem-cell based tumor therapy, genomics sequencing facility, and bioinformatics research.