INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indiana University School of Medicine is warning thousands of people that their medical records could have been breeched after someone stole a laptop back in August.
The medical school reports the laptop, stolen Aug. 16, contained records of 3,192 individuals that included name, age, sex, diagnosis, medical record number and in 178 cases, social security numbers.
The information was being stored on a physician in the school's Department of Surgery for research purposes.
The medical school stresses that the laptop was password protected, but if the information could be accessed by a skilled computer specialist.
The IU School of Medicine offers information for those who may have been affected by the incident here.
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