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Best Oncology Institutes in the World, 2022

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Who had estimated in 2019 that cancer is one of the leading causes of death before the age of 70 in 112 countries? In 2018, 18.1 million new cancer cases were reported, and this number is expected to rise to 29.5 million by 2040. Compared to 1990, the death rate from cancer has decreased by 17%. The technological advances in the field of oncology have been the main reason for this drop in mortality rates. Are you planning to build a solid career in oncology?
Here are the best oncology institutes in the World:

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Cambridge, Massachusetts
    While the best university in the world has the faculty and infrastructure to offer you the best learning experience, it stands out among its peers in terms of its research papers on oncology.
  2. University of California – San Francisco, California
    UCSF is the only medical school in the US to consistently rank in the top 6 for both primary care and research. Needless to say, it is difficult to get into UCSF medical school. But if you manage to be one of the 4 percent of applicants that get into UCSF, the university has the right faculty, infrastructure, and research capabilities to make you a successful oncologist.
  3. University of California – Los Angeles, California
    The UCLA Medical School is also known as the David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM). It is one of the best medical schools in the country with state-of-the-art facilities and a top-class faculty. With an acceptance rate of just 3 percent, it is extremely difficult to get into DGSOM. It was ranked in the top 10 in six of its eight specialties, according to the annual assessment of medical schools that the U.S. News & World Report released in March 2021.
  4. University of Toronto – Toronto, Canada
    Canada is the third-best country to study medicine, and U of T is the best medical university in Canada. The Division of Medical Oncology at U of T provides you with a wide range of research opportunities to help you keep up with the dynamic nature of oncology. Medical Oncology is the newest sub-specialty in the Department of Medicine. But it has grown rapidly and is now one of the bigger divisions in the Department of Medicine.
  5. Cornell University – Ithaca, New York
    The faculty at Weill Medical school is full of specialists known all over the world. You’ll be mentored by these celebrated specialists throughout your time at Weill Medical School. The school has more than 1,800 full-time faculty, many of which are highly reputed. With a 4.3:1 faculty-student ratio, you can expect a personalized learning experience at Weill Medical School.
  6. Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, Maryland
    Johns Hopkins University is one of the best medical schools in the USA. The research facilities and research activities that are done at the university deserve a special mention. The Hematology & Medical Oncology program offers unique training that can make you a top oncologist. The rich history in research and commitment to teaching excellence make the school of medicine a highly-sought option for medical studies.
  7. Harvard University – Cambridge, Massachusetts
    Harvard University is arguably the best university in the world right now. No wonder it also offers the best oncology programs. You can learn oncology as part of the BBS (Biological and Biomedical Sciences) Program at Harvard. The BBS program works in collaboration with the faculty at the Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center. You’ll greatly benefit from the oncology seminars conducted every Tuesday. These seminars keep you up-to-date with the latest research in cancer biology.

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