Summer long reads: 6 of our best in-depth stories from 2020

What Aussie GPs actually did to patients back in 1875, the ethics of using a Nazi medical textbook and COVID-19's mad scientists

From the summer bushfires to a pandemic with still no clear end in sight, to say 2020 was troubled would be an understatement.

But what better way to farewell the year than with AusDoc's best long-reads?

The editorial team's picks include an investigation of COVID-19's alleged murky origins in a Wuhan lab, a GP's heart-rendering story of how a lack of support led her to contemplate suicide in her first week as an intern, and the vexed dilemma of using a textbook