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The creation of the EEC, uniting customs and currencies in Europe, has not yet had a substantial influence on the diversity of language or culture. French cuisine, German punctuality or Greek heritage will not blend in the foreseeable future into one European culture. The differences in medical care will probably remain unchanged for a long time. Separate, national licensure is a marker for this rigidity. Medical education will have to remain diverse throughout Europe, and the use of a uniform curriculum is not feasible. A huge amount of knowledge is available to everyone and everywhere at any time but every curriculum will however have to deliver doctors who are able to solve problems especially oncological problems in our ageing population. 
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