Nurses and Doctors

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From what I keep reading on this forum, the line between doctors and nurses has blurred considerably. What are actual distinct differences that anyone can think of specifically i.e. what do doctors do which any type of nurse cannot do?
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While doctors diagnose and prescribe medicines,
nurses focus on the overall well-being of their patients.
Nurses, however, are with patients for the long haul, monitoring their progress, administering their medication, listening to their concerns, calming their fears, and so much more especially in hospitals.
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