Dr. Elaine Schattner reviews Between the Lines on the American College of Physicians ACP Internist blog on July 24, 2012, here:
"Though short, this is a thoughtful, non-trivial work with insights."
Between the Lines is one of the books reviewed in "Clinical Endocrinology News" by journalist Sherry Boschert on July 13, 2012, here:
"I found it a valuable refresher (especially Part Two) even though I’ve been covering medical news for over two decades, and I imagine it would be a great introduction for the uninitiated."
Between the Lines once again makes it to the Scientific American's blog pages, this time in Dr. Judy Stone's review of the OraSure home HIV test here:
"As I’ve just been catching up on my vacation reading with Marya Zilberberg’s helpful new book, “Between the Lines,” the first thing that caught my eye were the statistics on the test’s accuracy."
Dr. Judy Stone in her Scientific American blog "Molecules to Medicine" mentions Between the Lines here, in the June 26 post titled "Clinical Trials for Beginners: Recipe for a new drug:"
": What is the trial’s rationale in terms of mathematical justification or validation? The statistical plan also helps determine how many patients are needed (how large the trial itself must be) to show any differences in outcomes between treatment groups. (See Darryl Huff’s How to Lie with Statistics for a good introduction to this topic.) For a more sophisticated introduction to medical statistics, take a peek at Marya Zilberberg’s Between the Linesit’s a well-done primer."